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( Twenty-Second] Annual Report 



OF THE 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 

OF THE 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 



1929 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO: 

Printed'and Publishedjjy Herbert H. Ball, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



Charles A. Magrath Chairman 

Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A Commissioner 

C. Alfred Maguire Commissioner 

W. W. Pope Secretary 

F. A. Gaby, B.A.Sc, D.Sc Chief Engineer 



LIBRARY 

727492 

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 



Jo His Honour The Honourable William D. Ross, 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Honour the Twenty- 
second Annual Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for 
the fiscal year ending October 31, 1929. 

This Report covers all of the Commission's activities and also embodies 
the financial statements for the calendar year 1929, of the municipal electric utilities 
operating in conjunction with the various systems of the Commission and 
supplying electrical service to the citizens of the Province. 

Dealing, as it does, with a multiplicity of activities relating to several 
electrical systems obtaining power from thirty-two hydro-electrical plants 
operated by the Commission, supplemented by power purchased from other 
sources, and recording financial and other data relating to the individual local 
municipal electric utilities, the Annual Report presents a large amount of 
statistical information, much of which must, of necessity, be of a summary 
character. 

The financial statements, the statistical data and the general information 
given, however, are so arranged and presented as to convey a comprehensive 
outlook on the features of the Commission's operations. Not only does the 
Report record the progress made during the past year, but it gives, in addition, 
certain cumulative results for the various periods during which operation has 
been maintained in the respective municipalities. 

The constructional activities of the Commission during 1929 were featured 
by a number of outstanding developments and expansions. In the Niagara 
system the tenth generating unit was ordered for Queenston generating station 
and the final extension to the power house to accommodate this unit is well under 
way. The third and fourth banks of transformers and synchronous condensers 
were ordered for Toronto-Leaside transformer station. The 220,000-volt trans- 
mission line conveying power from the Gatineau river plants has given good 
service and the westerly half of the second circuit, constructed on separate towers, 
has been completed and placed in operation. A two-circuit 110,000-volt steel- 
tower line was constructed and placed in service from a point near Queenston to 
St. Thomas. This will reinforce the power supply and improve voltage conditions 
in the western section of the Niagara system. In the Georgian Bay system, the 
generating station at Trethewey Falls was placed in operation and two small 
generating stations at Bala in the district of Muskoka were purchased and 
improved. 

In the newly-formed Eastern Ontario system, which is a consolidation of 
the former Central Ontario and Trent, St. Lawrence and Rideau systems, 
additions were made to the high-voltage network which serves the dual purpose 
of linking together the three former systems and of connecting the several 

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vi TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

divisions of the present system with new large sources of power received at 
Ottawa over the transmission lines from the Gatineau river plants. The physical 
interconnection of these three systems forms an extensive network which in 
point of area comprised — but not, of course, in population served or load carried — 
approaches that of the Niagara system. 

In the Nipissing system, the new generating station at Elliott Chute was 
placed in operation. In the Thunder Bay system, progress was made on the 
new development at Alexander on the Nipigon river. This will have an installed 
capacity of 54,000 horsepower and is being pushed ahead to completion. The 
development involves the construction of a large semi-hydraulic-fill dam, the 
first of this type constructed by the Commission. In the Patricia district the 
Commission has constructed a development at Ear Falls at the foot of Lac Seul 
on the English river. This has an installed capacity of 5,000 horsepower. 

The op ration of the systems in general has been characterized by expansion, 
many lines and power stations being placed in operation to serve new territory 
and to improve the service in areas already supplied, and the amount of power 
delivered greatly exceeding the load carried by the Commission in any previous 
year. The dry summer affected the stream flow and generating capacity of 
plants in many parts of the Province, necessitating special arrangements to carry 
the load, but the Commission was able to meet all demands, partly through the 
transfer of surplus power on some systems to meet the needs of others. Apart 
from the difficulty presented by a rapid increase in load with unusually low 
stream flow, the operation of the systems has been carried on successfully and 
uneventfully, the Commission's plants functioning smoothly and without any 
major failures of equipment. All necessary inspection and repair work has 
been carried out to maintain these plants in efficient condition to meet future 
demands. 

During the year the Commission has given further consideration to the 
problem of providing satisfactory electrical service to the municipalities and 
industrial organizations of northern Ontario, particularly in the mining districts 
of Sudbury and Red Lake. In the former area the Commission has acquired the 
majority stock and thus obtained control of the Wahnapitae Power Company 
which has a capital of $1,180,000. The properties include three hydro-electric 
generating stations with installed capacities aggregating 10,700 horsepower, and 
a network of transmission lines supplying service to Sudbury and several mines 
adjacent thereto. In the Patricia district the development already referred to, 
constructed by the Commission at Ear Falls, will serve the mining district of Red 
Lake. The ultimate capacity of the site is estimated to be 30,000 horsepower. 

Cost of Electrical Service Furnished by the Commission 

The function of the Commission is not only to use its best endeavours to 
provide for the people of Ontario, at cost, an adequate and reliable supply of 
electrical energy, but also to ensure that the cost of that electrical energy to the 
consumers shall be the minimum consistent with the financial stability of the 
enterprise. The success that has been attained in the accomplishment of the 
latter object may be appreciated by a careful study of the statistical data 
relating to the supply of electrical energy to consumers as given in Statement 
"D" and the actual rates to consumers as presented in Statement "E," in 
conjunction with the various financial statements of the Report. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION vii 

Growth in Load 

The following tabulation shows the growth in load in the various systems 
during the year. 

DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS 

20-Minute Peak Horsepower 

System Coincident Peaks 

October December October December 

System 1928 1928 1929 1929 

Niagara system 879,337 894,772 949,732 970,509 

Georgian Bay system 20,082 21,595 22,118 22,961 

Eastern Ontario system 60,740 63,614 62,035 65,938 

Ottawa system 20,241 21,213 22,079 23,050 

Thunder Bay system 48,910 66,300 77,117 64,5«8 

Nipissing system 3,170 3,248 3,599 3,492 

Total '....1,032,500 1,070,742 1,136,689 1,150,538 



Financial Summaries 

It will be observed that the financial statements embodied in this Report 
are presented in two main divisions, namely, a division — Section IX — which deals 
chiefly with the operations of the Commission in the generation, transformation 
and transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities, and a 
division — Section X — which deals with the various operations of the municipal 
electric utilities in the localized distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

The cumulative results to date of the operation of the several systems 
of the Commission as set forth in this Report demonstrate a healthy financial 
condition. 

The total investment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $222,082,637.06, and the 
investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other assets is 
$92,154,280.86, making in power and hydro-electric railway undertakings a total 
investment of $314,236,917.92. The total revenue derived from the operation 
of these properties aggregated $39,969,624.83 in the fiscal year 1929. 

Capital Investment 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective systems 
and municipal undertakings: 

Niagara system $168,004,159. 13 

Georgian Bay system 6,310,034.95 

Eastern Ontario system 18,045,388.36 

Madawaska system 1 ,864,647 . 32 

Ottawa system 537,194.40 

Thunder Bay system 15,325,411.00 

Northern districts 1,565,754.37 

Hydro-electric railways 7,259,996. 73 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 3,170,050.80 

$222,082,637.06 
Municipalities' distributing systems and other assets (exclusive of 
$14,754,865.40 of municipal sinking fund equity in H.E.P.C. 
system)— all systems 92,154,280.86 

$314,236,917.92 



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Combined Revenue 

As usual the Commission is able to report that the revenue obtained from 
the consumers has been more than sufficient to meet the full cost of generating 
and transmitting the electrical energy as well as to provide for all operating 
expenses and fixed charges of the municipal utility equipments. 

The following statement shows the combined revenue of the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission and the municipal electric utilities: 

Revenue of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission: 

From the municipal electric utilities, rural power districts, 
hydro-electric railways and other power customers — 

Niagara system $20,231,830.28 

Georgian Bay system 799,343. 17 

Eastern Ontario system 2,561,774.89 

Ottawa system 243,777.52 

Thunder Bay system 1,454,080 66 

Bonnechere storage 4,144.31 

$25,294,950.83 

From rural consumers: 

Niagara rural power districts $1,432,978.27 

Niagara rural lines 3,889 . 67 

Georgian Bay rural power districts... . . 74,225. 78 

Georgian Bay rural lines 288. 75 

Eastern Ontario rural power districts. . 150,323. 11 

Ottawa rural power districts 26,928. 28 

1,688,633.86 



From hydro-electric railways: 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Ry. $1,241,041 . 79 
Guelph Radial Railway 117,947.81 



$26,983,584.69 



1,358,989.60 

Total revenue of the Commission $28,342,574 . 29 

Revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities 29,206,684.53 



Aggregate revenue of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities $57,549,258.82 

*Deduct: 

Revenue from power supplied to municipal electric 

utilities $17,470,930.93 

Hydro-electric railways 108,703 . 06 

17,579,633.99 



Combined revenue $39,969,624.83 



*Note: This deduction is made due to the fact that the revenue of the municipal electric 
utilities is the source from which the Commission is reimbursed for the cost of power supplied 
to such utilities. 



Revenue of Commission 

The Commission collected from the municipal utilities and other customers, 
for power supplied, a total sum of $26,983,584.69. This sum was appropriated to 
meet all the necessary fixed charges and to provide for the expenses of operation 
and administration. After meeting all charges there was left a net surplus of 
$1,575,225.81. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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The following statement summarizes the Commission's collections from 
municipal electric utilities and other power customers for the year and shows 
how the collections have been appropriated: 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power customers $26,983,584.69 

Appropriated as follows: 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $18,048,129.36 

Reserves for sinking fund, renewal of plant and equipment 

and contingencies and obsolescence 7,360,229.52 

25,408,358.88 

Net surplus, after providing for all expenses and necessary fixed charges, credited 

to municipalities and shown in their accounts $1,575,225 . 81 



Rural Electrical Service 

During the past few years very substantial progress has been made in 
Ontario in the field of rural electrification. Practically all rural electrical service 
is now given through rural power districts which are operated directly by the 
Commission. There is now more than $9,vS00,000 invested in the rural power 
district systems established by the Commission. Towards this rural work the 
Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting the basic industry of 
agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 50 per cent of the 
costs of transmission lines and equipment, or about $4,600,000. About 4,835 
miles of transmission lines have been constructed to date, of which 1,044 miles 
were constructed during the past year, a mileage which exceeds that constructed 
in any former year. There are now more than 37,000 customers supplied in 
the rural power districts. 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR YEAR 1929 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian 

Bay 
system 


Eastern 
Ontario 
system 


Ottawa 
system 


Totals 


Cost of power as provided to be 
paid under Power Commission 
Act 


$ c. 

500,499.08 

367,223.50 

156,259.41 

137,071.36 

68,535.68 

36,330.90 


$ c. 

27,535.78 

15,075.73 
9,601.45 
7,566.59 
7,566.59 
2,221.80 


$ c. 

56,970.68 

42,239.93 

15,943.78 

13,205.79 

4,247.96 

3,470.08 


$ c. 

7,316.27 

7,523.21 
3,988.34 
3,114.38 
1,557.19 
862.62 


$ c. 
592,321.81 


Cost of operation, maintenance 
and administration 


432,062.37 


Interest 


185,792.98 


Renewals 


160,958.12 


Obsolescence and contingencies. 
Sinking fund 


81,907.42 
42,885.40 






Total expenses 


1,265,919.93 
1,432,978.27 


69,567.94 

74,225.78 


136,078.22 
150,323.11 


24,362.01 
26,928.28 


1,495,928.10 


Revenue from customers 


1,684,455.44 


Surplus 


167,058.34 


4,657.84 


14,244.89 


2,566.27 


188,527.34 






Net surplus 










188,527.34 















x TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts with 
the Commission: 

Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $29,206,684.53 

Cost of power $16,379,162.88 

Operation, maintenance and administration 5,116,401 . 73 

Debenture charges and interest 3,839,897 . 13 

Depreciation 1,469,846.83 

Total 26,805,308.57 

Surplus for the year, includes surplus from H.E.P.C $2,401,375.96 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 

The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
'$89,940,323.61, made up as follows: 

Niagara system $35,940,823.40 

Georgian Bay system 1,655,366. 18 

Eastern Ontario system 3,447,043 . 82 

Ottawa system '. 24,734. 17 

Thunder Bay system 1,566,520.54 

Bonnechere storage 16,450.97 

Service buildings and equipment 542,754 . 55 

Hydro-electric railways 133,298.05 

Insurance, workmen's compensation and staff pension insurance 2,554,758. 70 

Total reserves of the commission $45,881,750.38 

Total reserves of municipal electric utilities 44,058,573 . 23 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $89,940,323 . 61 



The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 

255, shows a total cash balance of $858,733.68, and bonds and other investments 

of $2,001,088.81. The total surplus in the municipal books now amounts to 

$30,710,047.48, in addition to a depreciation reserve and sundry other reserves 

aggregating $13,348,525.75. 

* * * 

The following is a brief summary of the principal operations relating to the 
several systems of the Commission : 

Niagara System 

The Niagara system embraces all the territory lying between Niagara Falls, 
Hamilton, and Toronto on the east, and Windsor, Sarnia, and Goderich on the 
west, served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river, 
supplemented with purchased power transmitted from the Gatineau river. 

There has been a steady increase in the number of consumers in this district 
and also in the load supplied by the Commission to the municipalities. Because 
of this rapidly increasing load it was necessary to arrange with the Gatineau 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xi 

Power Company for power in excess of that which was to be delivered in 1929, as 
provided for in this Company's agreement with the Commission. Power supplied 
to the Commission by the Gatineau Power Company is received by the Commis- 
sion at the inter-provincial boundary on the Ottawa river and is transmitted 
over a 220,000-volt, steel-tower transmission line to Leaside. The construction 
of the western half of a duplicate circuit, on separate steel towers, of this trans- 
mission line was completed during the year and put into operation to assist in 
carrying the heavy winter load. 

A 110, 000- volt, steel-tower transmission line from Niagara Falls to St. 
Thomas, which was planned during the previous year was completed and put into 
service to assist in taking care of the increasing demands in the western part 
of the area served by the Niagara system. 

The installation of a tenth unit in the Queenston generating plant, which 
was arranged for in the previous year, is well under way and the unit will be 
available to assist in taking care of the winter load for 1930-31. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of 
$168,004,159.13 and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund and 
contingencies aggregate $35,940,823.40. In the rural power districts of this 
system, which are operated directly by the Commission, the revenue for the 
year from customers was $1,432,978.27, and the total cost of supplying the 
service was $1,265,919.93, leaving a balance of $167,058.34, which is placed to 
the credit of the districts in this system. The greater part of this surplus is 
returnable to the users in the form of reduced rates. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system, the actual cost of power during the year was $1,069,149.68 less than the 
amounts of the intermin bills. The municipal electric utilities operated with a 
net surplus of $1,756,030.55, after providing $1,250,559.13 for depreciation and 
$1,511,788.75 for the retirement of instalment and sinking fund debentures. 
Seventeen municipalities had deficits during the year, aggregating $15,328.77. 
The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in this system was 
$24,175,876.01, an increase of $2,000,747.82. 

Georgian Bay System 

The Georgian Bay system serves that portion of the Province lying to the 
north of the area served by the Niagara system and west of the area served by 
the Eastern Ontario system. It comprises the territory adjacent to lake Huron 
and Georgian bay from Kincardine on the west to Uxbridge and Port Perry on 
the east, and north as far as Huntsville in the district of Muskoka. 

Electrical energy is obtained from six hydro-electrical developments and 
from a frequency-changing station through which a block of power is obtained 
from the Niagara system. Surplus power is also obtained from a development 
owned by the town of Orillia. The combined capacity of these various sources 
of power all of which are tied together by a network of transmission lines approxi- 
mates 25,000 horsepower. One of these developments, viz: that at Trethewey 
Falls on the south branch of the Muskoka river with a turbine capacity of 2,300 
horsepower was completed and placed in operation during the year. Arrange- 
ments were also completed for constructing an additional frequency changing 
station at Hanover, power being obtained for this station over a 110,000-volt 



xii TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

transmission line between Kitchener and Hanover, part of which was erected 
during the year. It is expected that this station and line will be placed in opera- 
tion during the summer of 1930, which will make available approximately 5,000 
horsepower additional for the Georgian Bay system. Investigations and surveys 
concerning additional developments on the Musquash river at Ragged rapids 
were also carried on during the year in order to provide for additional plant 
capacity for the Georgian Bay system when required. 

The results of the past year's operation were substantially better even than 
in 1928, which, up to that time, was the most successful year in the history of 
the system. The total capital invested by the Commission in this system is 
$6,310,034.95, and the accumulated reserves, inclusive of renewals, sinking fund, 
and contingencies aggregate $1,655,366.18. The revenue for the year from the 
rural power districts on this system which are directly operated by the Com- 
mission, amounted to $74,225.78, whereas the total cost of service was $69,567.94, 
thus leaving a balance of $4,657.84 to be placed to the credit of the system. 

The results obtained during the year from the operation of the electrical 
utilities in the various municipalities have been most satisfactory. The total 
cost of power during the year was $77,630.81 less than the total amount 
collected at the interim rates. The total net surplus for the year from the 
various municipal electrical utilities amounted to $104,025.71, after providing 
$51,784.00 for depreciation, and $53,389.04 for the retirement of installment 
and sinking fund debentures. Five small municipalities operated with an 
aggregate loss of $2,424.78, whereas the total combined surplus of the other 
municipalities comprising this system was $106,450.49, and the total revenue 
collected was $1,044,636.48. 

Eastern Ontario System* 

This system, as at present constituted, combines the three systems hitherto 
known as the Central Ontario and Trent, the St. Lawrence and the Rideau 
systems. Except for the relatively small areas served by the Ottawa system, 
and the newly acquired Madawaska system, referred to later, the Eastern 
Ontario system serves the entire eastern part of the Province, that is, the territory 
lying to the east of the county of Ontario and the district of Muskoka, and 
bounded on the north, east and south by the Ottawa and the St. Lawrence rivers 
and lake Ontario. 

The combining of these systems was necessitated in order to obtain an 
ample supply of additional power for the present and future needs of the eastern 
part of tV\e Province. The Eastern Ontario system shares with the Ottawa 
system the mutual benefits to be derived by the purchase, from a common 
source, of power in bulk for future expansion. Under a contract with the Gatineau 
Power Company the Commission obtains a supply of 60-cycle power up to 
100,000 horsepower from large developments on the Gatineau river. The various 
divisions of the Eastern Ontario system are now linked together by high-voltage 
transmission lines. The power is received by the Commission near Ottawa and 
from this city a 110,000-volt transmission line extends to the town of Smiths 
Falls of the Rideau district. From there one line branches off south to Brockville 

*Note. — The formation of the Eastern Ontario system was not consummated until the earlier 
sections of this Report we're in press. Consequently in Sections I to VI of this Report the former 
names of the eastern systems are used. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xii_i 

connecting with the St. Lawrence division at its westerly end; and another line 
branches off south-west to Kingston, connecting with the Central Ontario 
division at its easterly end. In addition to the benefits derived by the purchase 
of power in bulk from a common source, and those resulting from the physical 
interconnection of transmission systems, the consolidation of the accounting 
and operating activities will also effect economies to the partner municipalities. 

The Commission in this system has a total capital investment of 
$18,045,388.36 and accumulated reserves for renewals, sinking fund and con- 
tingencies aggregate $3,447,043.82. In the rural power districts of this system, 
which are operated directly by the Commission, the revenue for the year from 
customers was $150,323.11, and the total cost of supplying the service was 
$136,078.22, leaving a balance of $14,244.89, which is placed to the credit 
of the districts in this system. The greater part of this surplus is returnable to 
the users in the form of reduced rates. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the municipalities comprising this 
system, the actual cost of power during the year was $68,263.05 less than the 
amount of the interim bills. The municipal electric utilities operated with a net 
surplus of $262,046.96 after providing $72,774.21 for depreciation and $79,272.11 
for the retirement of installment and sinking fund debentures. Three munici- 
palities had deficits during the year, aggregating $1,612.16. The total revenue 
of the municipal electric utilities in this system was $1,888,943.06. 



Madawaska System 

The Madawaska system is the latest acquisition of the Commission to serve 
eastern Ontario. The properties comprising this system were formerly owned 
and controlled by Mr. M. J. O'Brien and were acquired by the Commission in 
June, 1929. The properties include the Galetta Electric Light Company, 
which serves the town of Arnprior and several adjacent villages and hamlets 
from a development on the Mississippi river at Galetta, capacity 1,400 horse- 
power; and the Calabogie Power Company with a plant at Calabogie on the 
Madawaska river, capacity 6,000 horsepower, which serves the municipality of 
Renfrew and is interconnected with the Galetta plant. In the town of Renfrew, 
several industries are supplied direct with power, and service is also given to 
some small rural communities in the vicinity of Renfrew and at Calabogie. 

For the present the properties are being operated by the Commission in a 
similar manner to that followed by Mr. O'Brien. The undeveloped water 
power sites on the Madawaska river have an aggregate potential magnitude of 
150,000 horsepower. The properties purchased included four of these sites, 
with a estimated capacity of about 85,000 horsepower. 

Ottawa System 

The Ottawa system serves the city of Ottawa, the village of Richmond, 
and the Nepean rural power district. Both the Nepean rural power district 
and Richmond obtain their supply of power through the distribution system 
of the city of Ottawa, Richmond obtaining its power over the network of lines 
supplying the Nepean rural power district. 



xiy TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

For many years Ottawa has been receiving power through the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission from the plant of the Ottawa and Hull Power 
Company. This company, now a subsidiary of the Gatineau Power Company, 
is under contract to supply the Commission with 20,000 horsepower. Hitherto 
this power has been developed in the company's plant on the Quebec side of the 
Ottawa river, opposite Ottawa. The power supply of 20,000 horsepower is 
now all in use and additional power is being obtained by virtue of the contract 
made with the Gatineau Power Company for bulk supplies for the general use 
of eastern Ontario. Under special arrangement, the Gatineau Power Company, 
throughout the year, has delivered any power required in excess of the 20,000 
horsepower over the same lines as are used to supply this power. This arrange- 
ment provides for the additional needs of the system pending the completion of 
the 110,000-volt transformer station in the vicinity of the western part of the 
city of Ottawa, where additional power supply will be available from the Gatineau 
Power Company to meet future requirements. 

Thunder Bay System 

The Thunder Bay system serves the cities of Port Arthur and Fort William 
and the village of Nipigon situated in the district of Thunder Bay at the head of 
the Great lakes. Power is obtained from a hydro-electric development located 
at Cameron Falls on the Nipigon river, about seventy miles east of Port Arthur. 

A second development on the Nipigon river, at camp Alexander, has been 
undertaken by the Commission to supply the growing demands for electrical 
energy in the Thunder Bay district. Alexander development, the capacity of 
which will be 54,000 horsepower, is situated a short distance below the Cameron 
Falls development and will probably be completed and placed in operation 
during the fall of 1930. 

Power in this district, apart from that utilized for ordinary domestic, 
commercial and municipal purposes, is supplied chiefly to pulp and paper mills 
and terminal grain elevators at Port Arthur and Fort William. The demand 
for power last year on this system was greater than during any previous year, a 
peak of 77,000 horsepower having been established during the month of 
September. Had the grain trade been normal, and had plant capacity been 
available, the peak load, in all probability, might have reached the neighbourhood 
of 85,000 horsepower. The actual increase in this peak over that established 
the previous year was approximately 20,000 horsepower. The average power 
sold to Port Arthur during the year increased by 7,381 horsepower over the 
previous year. One of the large paper companies served increased its load by 
approximately 14,000 horsepower. 

The Commission has, in the Thunder Bay system, a total investment of 
$15,325,411.00, and accumulated reserves for renewals, contingencies, and 
sinking fund aggregating $1,566,520.54. The total revenue of the municipal 
electrical utilities in the system was $1,484,139.12, being $127,545.33 greater 
than in 1928, and the total revenue collected by the Commission for power sold 
to the municipalities and private companies was $1,454,080.66, or $309,049.11 
greater than for total collections from customers during 1928. The three 
municipalities served by this system operated with a net surplus of $210,338.06 
after providing depreciation to'the extent of $38,671.00 and $22,901.53 for the 
retirement of debentures; all three showing substantial surpluses. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xv 



Nipissing System 

This system serves the district adjacent to and inclusive of the city o£ 
North Bay, the town of Powassan, and the villages of Callander and Nipissing 
adjacent to the eastern end of lake Nipissing. Three hydro-electric develop- 
ments now serve this system, all of which are situated at power sites on the 
South river; namely, at Nipissing, Bingham Chute, and Elliott Chute. The 
last named plant, with a turbine capacity of 1,800 horsepower, was completed 
and placed in operation during the year. 

Wahnapitae District 

The service given by the Wahnapitae Power Company, the majority stock 
of which was acquired by the Commission during the year, has been continued 
with the same operating staff. Certain improvements have been made to the 
hydraulic structures; and service to Sudbury and other power customers has 
been continued as usual. Investigations have been carried on with a view to 
obtaining, either by development or purchase, a large block of power for use 
by mining properties adjacent to Sudbury. 

Patricia District 

The hydro-electric development at Ear Falls at the foot of Lac Seul on the 
English river was completed during the year. This will supply power to mining 
developments in the Red Lake area. The Commission also co-operated with 
the Provincial authorities in the design of a conservation dam at Lac Seul, and 
of some marine railways to facilitate transportation between Lac Seul and 
Red Lake. 

The Annual Report 

The Table of Contents, pages xxi and xxii, conveys a good understanding 
of the scope of the matters dealt with in the Report, to which there is also a 
comprehensive Index. To those not conversant with the Commission's Reports 
the following notes will be useful. 

In Section II, pages 5 to 51, dealing with the Operation of the Systems, are 
a number of interesting diagrams showing, graphically, the increase in the loads 
on the various systems. Tables are also presented showing the amounts of 
power taken by the various municipalities during the past three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III, on pages 61 to 75. 
The power distributed to rural districts is, and possibly must always be, but a 
relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. The 
supplying of electrical service in rural areas, and especially on the farm, has, 
however, been of great economic benefit to Ontario. The Provincial Government 
grants-in-aid to this work have been of value to agricultural activities, and 
have assisted the Commission to extend transmission lines to many areas. 

In Sections IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 



xvi TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT No. 4 

About three-fifths of the Report is devoted to statistical, financial data 
which are presented in two Sections, IX and X. 

Section IX presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the Commission chiefly in the generation, transformation and 
transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalitities. It is 
introduced by an important explanatory statement which appears on pages 125 
to 129, to which special reference should be made. 

Section X presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the municipalities in the localized distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers. It also contains details of the costs of electrical energy to 
consumers in the various municipalities and tabular statements of the rates in 
force which have produced these costs. An explanation of the various tables and 
statements is given at the commencement of this Section on pages 249-251 ; and 
a special introduction to Statement "D," which relates to the cost of electrical 
service in Ontario, together with a diagram, appears on pages 360 to 363. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its admin- 
istration. Explanatory statements descriptive of the operations of the Com- 
mission in various branches of its work are suitably placed throughout the 
Report in order that the citizens of the Province may be kept fully informed 
upon the working-out of the Commission's policies. 

The various statements in this report bear testimony to another year of 
fine progress. During the year, a large block of electrical power was contracted 
for from the Beauharnois Power Corporation. The policy of the Commission 
is to ensure ample supplies of power to meet the growing needs of the co-operating 
municipalities. 

In the development of this Province with its vast natural resources there 
seems to be but one sound policy, and that is to have available ample power 
supplies. If there is one obligation particularly resting upon a publicly-owned 
organization in hydro-electric development, it is to keep well ahead of the 
demand. That problem was quite serious a few years ago, and for a while 
threatened the Commission with some embarrassment. At that time the 
eastern part of the Province was quite exercised over the question of power 
supplies. That concern has since been removed, and the Commission has reason 
to believe that Ontario's Hydro municipalities are fully satisfied with the policy 
that has been pursued in order to take care of their electrical requirements. 

The Commission has purchased power properties during the past twelve 
months on the Madawaska river, which enters the Ottawa river near Arnprior. 
Under full development, the Madawaska has a potentiality of about 150,000 
horsepower. Similarly, a power property in the Sudbury district, known as 
the Wahnapitae Power Company was acquired. 

Beyond a few relatively small scattered properties, the only other sources 
of hydro-electric supply within the more closely settled portion of the Province, 
are in the waters of the Ottawa, St. Lawrence and Niagara rivers; all of which 
are either inter-provincial or international, and in their development call for 
co-operation by interests outside of this Province. Involved in the international 
waters there are in Canada federal and provincial issues, calling for settlement. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 

Moreover, there is a corresponding situation on the United States side of the 
St. Lawrence river where the federal government of the United States and the 
authorities of the State of New York do not seem yet to have reached agreement 
with regard to their respective claims. 

During the past year, the Commission has been negotiating with Quebec 
interests for developments at both the Carillon and Chats power sites on the 
Ottawa river, and it is hoped that, at an early date, arrangements for proceeding 
with the work at the Chats site will be brought to a satisfactory conclusion. 

The various reports herein presented clearly show that the Commission, 
in addition to ^aking care of its sinking fund requirements, is working into a 
strong position through the setting aside of very substantial reserves. 

It is a pleasure to me again to acknowledge the splendid services always given 
by all employees. The Commission has a fine technical organization, and it is 
so regarded by those who come into contact with its staff. 

To those entrusted by the various municipalities with the direction of their 
local "Hydro" utilities, I wish to express the sincere thanks of my colleagues 
and myself for their whole-hearted co-operation, and to the Press of the Province 
I also wish to say that we are very grateful for its service and support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles A. Magrath, 

Chairman. 



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930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 



Toronto, Ontario, March 31st, 1930. 

Charles A. Magrath, Esq., 

Chairman, Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 

Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith the Twenty-second Annual 
Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended October 31st, 1929. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 



CONTENTS 

Section page 

I. Legal Proceedings: 

Acts (see also Appendix I)------------ 1 

Right-of-way --------------- 3 

II. Operation of the Systems: 

General ---- 5 

Niagara system ----- 9 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 20 

St. Lawrence system --------- r - - - - 27 

Rideau system -- -------31 

Thunder Bay system --------------32 

Ottawa system -------------- 35 

Central Ontario and Trent system ---------- 36 

NlPISSING SYSTEM ------- -47 

Madawaska system --------------50 

wahnapitae district ------ -51 

III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system -----52 

Georgian Bay system ------ 55 

St. Lawrence system "_-•__ %-_ - 57 

Rideau system ---------------57 

Thunder Bay system -------------- 58 

Ottawa system ------- 58 

Central Ontario and Trent system - - 58 

NlPISSING --------60 

Madawaska system 60 

New Ontario district ----60 

Rural Electrical Service - - - - - - - 61 

IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

General --- ------- 76 

Niagara system ----77 

Georgian Bay system - ------- 77 

Thunder Bay system ----- ___80 

Ottawa system - 84 

NlPISSING SYSTEM --------------84 

Madawaska system ------- 84 

Wahnapitae district ---86 

Patricia district -- ----86 

Hydraulic investigations --- -88 

V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system 89 

Georgian Bay system ------------- 93 

St. Lawrence system ----94 

Rideau system ---------- 94 

Thunder Bay system ------ 95 

Ottawa system ___..----. 95 

Central Ontario and Trent system - - 96 

NlPISSING system - -96 

Eastern Ontario high-voltage transmission lines 97 

Patricia district 97 



xxii TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



Section Page 

VI. Transmission, Distribution and Rural systems (see also Appendices II and III) : 

Niagara system - - 98 

Georgian Bay system ---- _ _ - 100 

Nipissing system -------- 100 

Madawaska system --.. 102 

Eastern Ontario high-voltage transmission lines - 102 

Telephone lines all systems --.- 102 

Distribution and rural systems - 102 



VII. Laboratories ----- 103 

Electrical Inspection 112 

VIII. Electric Railways: 

Essex district railways 114 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore rapid railway ------- 118 

guelph district railways - - - - - - - - - - - -121 

IX. Financial Statements re Hydro- Electric Power Commission: 

Explanatory statement respecting the accounts 125 

General detailed statement of assets and liabilities 130 

Niagara system - 140 

Georgian Bay system 198 

Eastern Ontario system -- 212 

Madawaska properties 227 

Ottawa system ___.. 228 

Thunder Bay system - - 234 

Provincial Treasurer, account with --------- 238 

Hydro-Electric railways -- 240 

Appropriations, advances and capital expenditures - - - - - 242 

X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement - 249 

Consolidated balance sheet 252 

Consolidated operating report 256 

Statement A — Balance sheets ------ 260 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports 302 

Statement C — Respecting street lights 344 

Statement^D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of consumers, 

average monthly bill, net cost per kilowatt-hour, etc. - - - 360 
Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING AND POWER SERVICE - 378 

Appendix I. Acts 395 

Appendix II. Transmission Line Records 407 

Appendix III. Distribution Lines and Systems 426 

Index 433 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 

ILLUSTRATIONS 

Page 
Eastern Ontario High-Voltage Transmission Lines: 

Ottawa River crossing towers Frontispiece 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Farm home in Ontario using Hydro service 61 

Farm home near Waterloo 63 

Three-horsepower motor in barn -- 64 

Electrically-equipped kitchen in farm home 65 

Water service installation 65 

Trethewey Falls Development — South Muskoka River: 

General view showing sluiceways, power house, etc. 79 

Main dam sluiceways ----- 79 

Alexander Development — Nipigon River: 

Core-wall trench in auxiliary dam -. 80 

Excavation on site of main semi-hydraulic-fill dam 81 

Power house construction — Forms for draft tubes 82 

Elliott Chute Development — South River: 

Main dam from upstream side - 83 

Main dam and penstock from downstream side 83 

New township road necessitated by storage reservoir 85 

Interior of flume from pipe line, showing turbine ------ 85 

Northern Ontario Development: 

Ear Falls dam at outlet of Lac Seul - 87 

Toronto-Leaside Condenser Station 91 

Transformer Station — 110,000-volt — American Cyanamid 93 

Trethewey Falls Development — South Muskoka River: 

Generating station interior 95 

Eastern Ontario High-Voltage Transmission Lines: 

Smiths Falls transformer station 97 

Gatineau Power Supply — Niagara System: 

View showing two 220,000-volt circuits - 99 

Stringing cable on the second 220,000-volt circuit 99 

Eastern Ontario High-Voltage Transmission Lines: 

Portion of Ottawa-Smiths Falls line near Ottawa end 101 

Rocky section of Smiths Falls-Kingston, 110,000-volt line ----- 101 

The Laboratories: 

Klydonograph installation at Leaside transformer station - 105 

Chart showing temperature control obtained in field laboratory - 107 

Apparatus for making life tests on paint 109 

Apparatus for developing klydonograph films Ill 

Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Rapid Railway: 

Bathing beach and dressing rooms at Point Pelee park 119 



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DIAGRAMS 

Page 
Niagara system — Peak loads, 1910 to 1929 - 8 

QUEENSTON GENERATING STATION — PEAK LOADS, 1922 TO 1929 ------- 9 

Ontario Power generating station — Peak loads, 1926 to 1929 10 

Toronto Power generating station — Peak loads, 1925 to 1929 - - - - - -11 

Niagara system — Monthly kilowatt-hours taken by the, 1918 to 1929 - - - 13 
Niagara system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing -------- 14 

Georgian Bay system — Peak loads, 1919 to 1929 - - - 21 

Georgian Bay system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 24 

St. Lawrence system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1929 ---------29 

St. Lawrence and.Rideau systems — Diagram of stations ------- 30 

Rideau system — Peak loads, 1921 to 1929 - 31 

Thunder Bay system — Peak loads, 1916 to 1929 - -S3 

Thunder Bay system — Diagram of stations - - - 35 

Ottawa system — Peak loads, 1917 to 1929 - 36 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Peak loads, 1916 to 1929 37 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Diagram of stations ------- 39 

Central Ontario and Trent system — Precipitation diagram, Otonabee watershed 41 
Central Ontario and Trent system— Diagram showing general operating data - - 42 
nlpissing system — diagram of stations - - - - 47 

NlPISSING SYSTEM — Peak LOADS, 1921 TO 1929 - - - - 48 

Madawaska system — Diagram of stations 49 

Wahnapitae district — Diagram of stations 51 

Rural power districts — Mileage of primary lines approved 66 

Rural power districts — Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1929 67 

Essex District railways — Operating statistics - 117 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Rapid Railway— Map 119 

Guelph District railways — Operating statistics -------- 123 

Cost of Electrical Service in Municipalities served by the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission ---------- 361 



MAP 

Transmission lines and Stations of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario ------- At end of volume 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Hydro- Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 



At the 1929 session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 
four Acts relating to the work of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario were passed. These are reproduced in full in Appendix I to this report. 
The short titles to the said Acts are as follows : 

The Power Commission Act, 1929, Chapter 20. 

The Power Commission Act, 1929 (No. 2), Chapter 21. 

The Power Commission and Companies Transfer Act, 1929, Chapter 22. 

The Hydro-Electric Railway Act, 1929, Chapter 55. 

The agreements between The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
and the municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder given 
were approved by Order-in-Council dated the 14th day of May, 1929. 



Cities 

Kingston Nov. 1, 1927. 

Owen Sound July 24, 1928. 

Sarnia May 1, 1926. 

Towns 

Lindsay Nov. 15, 1928. 

Lindsay (Supplemental) Nov. 15, 1928. 

Villages 

Arkona Dec. 15, 1926. 

Cottam June 21, 1926. 

Cottam .;. . . .Oct. 13, 1926. 

Waterdown and Township of 

E. Flamboro Aug. 14, 1926. 

Bridgeport Jan. 28, 1928. 

Townships 

Adelaide Aug. 27, 1928. 

Alnwick June 30, 1928. 

Alnwick Dec. 21, 1928. 

Amabel April 12, 1928. 

Amaranth Feb. 7, 1927. 



Townships— Continued 

Arran ..... Oct. 

Asphodel Oct. 

Bentinck July 

Binbrook Nov. 

Blanchard Jan. 

Brighton April 

Brock Sept. 

Caistor Dec. 

Camden Feb. 

Camden East April 

Cavan May 

Chatham July 

Clarke June 

Colborne June 

Dawn July 

Derby Oct. 

Duoro April 

East Whitby May 

East Whitby ., May 

Eramosa April 

Ernestown April 



18, 


1927 


8, 


1928 


5, 


1926 


12, 


1927 


9, 


1928 


7, 


1928 


11, 


1926 


15, 


1927 


7, 


1927 


2, 


1928 


9, 


1928 


20, 


1928. 


17, 


1927 


14, 


1927. 


5, 


1927 


1, 


1927 


4, 


1927 


2, 


1927 


1, 


1928 


9, 


1928 


30, 


1928 



I] 



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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



Townships — Continued 



Etobicoke 

Euphemia 

Finch 

Fredericksburg North . . . 

Ferris West 

Fullerton 

Gainsboro, re Silverdale 



.May 
Jan. 
July 
.Mar. 
.June 
.Oct. 



Cor- 



ner May 7 

Gainsboro, re Village of St. 

Anns May 7 

Gainsboro, re Village of Wel- 

landport May 7 

Garafraxa East Feb. 14 

Grey Aug. 15 

Gwillimbury West Mar. 17 

Hamilton May 2 

Holland Dec. 15 

Hope Feb. 5 

Howick Sept. 13 

Hullett June 2 

Hullett June 12 

Hullett , May 9 

Keppel July 3 

March Oct. 6 

Markham June 1 

Marysborough Sept. 13 

Matchedash June 6 

Medora and Wood . April 4 

Metcalfe May 7 

Minto July 20 

Moulton July 23 

Monaghan North June 26 

Monck Dec. 13 

Montague Oct. 6 



1926. 
1928. 
1927. 
1928. 
1927. 
1927. 

1928. 

1928. 

1928. 
1927. 
1928. 
1928. 
1927. 
1927. 
1927. 
1928. 
1927. 
1928. 
1928. 
1928. 
1927. 
1927. 
1926. 
1927. 
1927. 
1928. 
1926. 
1927. 
1926. 
1926. 
1928. 



Mornington Nov. 1 

Mulmer Oct. 19 

Onondaga June 6 

Osnabruck Oct. 2 

Otonabee Oct. 18 

Peel Oct. 7 

Percy Mar. 24 

Richmond July 3 

Roxborough Aug. 10 

St. Vincent April 16 

Scott May 12 

Scugog Oct. 13 

Seneca Mar. 12 

Sidney July 2 

Smith July 15 

Stanley Oct. 3 

Tecumseh June 26 

Thurlow May 7 

Tilbury West Feb. 11 

Turnbury Sept. 11 

Vaughan June 1 

Vespra June 16 

Wallace Sept. 21 

Walsingham South Aug. 2 

Warwick Jan. 10 

Wawanosh East June 1 

Wawanosh East May 11 

Wawanosh West June 4 

Whitby Mar. 7 

Williams West Feb. 26 

Woodhouse June 22 

Wolford Oct. 16 

Zone Dec. 15 

Zorra West Sept. 13 



Corporations 

The Beach ville White Lime Company, Ltd Sept. 15 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company (A) Aug. 1 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company (B) Aug. 1 

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company July 6 

Canadian Steel Corporation, Ltd June 30 

Canadian Steel Foundries, Ltd Oct. 1 

Davis Leather Company, Ltd April 1 

The Exolon Company, Inc Mar. 31 

The Exolon Company, Inc Sept. 18 

G. T. Clarkson and I. E. Weldon and Township of Pickering May 30 

Canada Cement Company June 18 

The Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company Sept. 1 

Cedar Rapids Transmission Company Jan. 1 

Durant Motors of Canada, Ltd April 1 

Feldspar Glass, Ltd Jan. 20 

Gooderham & Worts, Ltd Dec. 1 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Canada, Ltd Aug. 25 

Grand River Railway Aug. 17 

His Majesty The King — Ontario Central Reformatory Aug. 1 

His Majesty The King — Agricultural College, Guelph Aug. 1 

His Majesty The King — Mimico Asylum Aug. 1 

Michigan Central Railway July 10 

Lake Erie & Northern Railway Company Aug. 17 

The Hinde & Dauch Paper Company of Canada, Ltd Sept. 15 

Norman H. McLeod July 14 

Page-Hersey Iron, Tube & Lead Company of Canada, Ltd Jan. 1 

J. P. Porter & Sons, Ltd June 1 

Provincial Paper, Ltd Oct. 1 

Quinte Breweries, Ltd May 27 

Stucco Products, Ltd Jan. 1 

Superior Gravel Company, Ltd May 1 

Waterford Sand & Gravel Company, Ltd Sept. 30 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



The Year's Activities 

The Legal department of the Commission has had a very active year. 
Litigation extending over many years in which heavy damages were claimed in 
respect of the intake at Chippawa was finally disposed of by the judgment of the 
Privy Council. A large number of damage claims on behalf of and against the 
Commission have been dealt with during the year. 

The Department has been actively engaged in the negotiation of a policy 
contract of insurance on behalf of the municipal commissions under which their 
employees will receive substantial pension and insurance benefits. The form of 
the policy contract has been finally settled and the scheme launched on a sound 
actuarial foundation. Many municipal commissions have already signed the 
necessary agreement with the Commission. 

Right-of-Way 

The continued extension of rural power lines during the year necessitated 
the securing of right-of-way and the approval of plans by many municipalities 
having control of township roads, as well as consents by commissions and other 
bodies, including the Department of Public Highways, having jurisdiction over 
provincial highways, county and suburban roads, etc. In addition it was found 
necessary in many cases to locate lines on private property where construction 
costs were found to be lessened by that procedure. In this connection it was also 
found necessary in many cases to secure tree-trimming rights and settlement of 
a few claims for damages. Work of the nature above outlined has been proceeded 
with in the following rural power districts: Beamsville, Beaumaris, Belleville, 
Brigden, Brockville, Chatham, Chesterville, Clinton, Cobourg, Drumbo, Exeter, 
Ingersoll, Kingston, London, Markham, Mitchell, Napanee, Nepean, Newcastle, 
Norwood, Oshawa, Peterborough, Port Perry, Prescott, Preston, Ridgetown, 
Sarnia, Scarborough, Simcoe, Smiths Falls, St. Marys, St. Thomas, Streetsville, 
Tara, Tilbury, Walsingham, Waterdown, Waterford, Welland, Williamsburg, 
Woodbridge, Woodstock, Wroxeter. 

Low-Tension Lines 

Tree-trimming rights, damage claims and settlements for pole rights and 
anchors have been secured on the following low-tension lines during the year: 



Simcoe Junction to St. Williams. 

Mount Vernon to Burford. 

Palermo to Milton. 

Fletcher to Merlin. 

Gosfield Junction to Leamington. 

Waubaushene to Midland. 

Greenbank Distributing Station to Uxbridge 

Junction. 
Uxbridge Junction to Uxbridge. 
Uxbridge Junction to Port Perry. 
Kent to Wallaceburg. 
Newcastle to Orono. 

Newcombe Junction to Welcome Junction. 
Bowmanville to Oshawa. 
Whitby Junction to Whitby Municipal 

Station. 
Kilsyth to Tara. 
Tara to Southampton. 



Kilworthy Junction to Wasdells Falls. 

Chesterville to Finch. 

Brockville to Athens. 

Morrisburg to Winchester. 

Woodstock Transformer Station to Dufferin 

Construction Company, Innerkip. 
Brant to Brantford. 
Hamilton Transformer Station to Canada 

Crushed Stone Corporation, Vinemount. 
Wiltshire Avenue to Weston. 
Thorold Transformer Station to Wabash 

Junction. 
Winchester Junction to Prescott Distributing 

Station. 
Kitchener to Hanover. 

Muskoka Beach Junction to Muskoka Beach. 
Dundas Transformer Station to Dundas 

Municipal Station. 



4 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Substation Sites 

Sites have been purchased for new substations as follows: Albion, Cataraqui, 
Forfar, Longbranch, Lyn, New Toronto, Niagara, Vinemount. 

Flooding Rights 

The purchase of lands to be flooded in connection with the proposed develop- 
ment at Chats falls on the Ottawa river has been commenced and a considerable 
number of agreements for purchases of this kind have been secured. Work of a 
similar kind has also been proceeded with in connection with development work 
at Elliott Chute on the South river and at Trethewey falls on the Muskoka river. 

Gatineau High-Tension Line 

The work of securing tower rights and telephone pole easements on the 
second Gatineau circuit has also been proceeded with. The construction of the 
second Gatineau circuit necessitated the settlement of a very large number of 
claims for damages to crops, fences, etc., as well as the payment for bush and 
trees in many cases. This work is rapidly nearing completion. 

New High-Tension Lines 

New high-tension lines have been laid out and practically completed during 
the year as follows : 

1. From the Ottawa -Smiths Falls line to connect with the Ottawa 
transformer station: It was found necessary to purchase land covering this 
right-of-way. This work has been nearly completed. 

2. From a point on the Welland canal near Allanburg to St. Thomas — 

Steel-tower construction : The securing of this right-of-way with the exception 
of a very small number of damage claims has been finished. 

3. From Niagara Falls to Welland and Welland to Port Colborne: 

The securing of this right-of-way is now in hand, a considerable portion of it 
having already been secured. 

Leases for offices for rural districts and electrical inspection work have also 
been secured in a large number of cases. 

Licenses have also been obtained from the Dominion and Provincial Govern" 
ments for the right to cross navigable waters. 

A number of parcels of property no longer required by the Commission have 
been sold. 

The work of relocating lines on provincial highways where road improvement 
work is being carried on by the Department of Highways has rendered it neces- 
sary to make arrangements with that department as to the costs of work of 
this kind. In all cases this work has been satisfactorily arranged. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



The year 1928-29 has been one of marked expansion and growth. The 
construction of the plants at Trethewey Falls and Elliott Chute added two more 
generating stations of the semi-automatic, remote-controlled type, to the generat- 
ing stations already in operation. The purchase of the Bala Electric Light 
Company added two more generating stations in Bala, and the purchase of the 
Hanover plant made the fifth generating station added. The purchase of the 
Madawaska and the Galetta systems included two generating stations at 
Calabogie and Galetta, besides transmission lines and transformer stations at 
Renfrew and Arnprior. The purchase of a controlling interest in the Wahnapitae 
Power Company included three power houses, also transmission lines and a 
transformer station in the Sudbury district. This makes a total of ten generating 
stations added to the list of those already operated by the Commission. 

Important extensions have been made to the main transmission lines. On 
the Niagara system, a new 110,000- volt line was put into operation from a 
point near Niagara Falls to St. Thomas, giving a second line of supply to that 
district, improving voltage regulation and service security on the western end 
of the system, and effecting a material saving in power through reduction of 
line losses. In connection with the supply of power from the Gatineau river, 
about 100 miles of 2 20, 000- volt line was put into operation, from near Leaside 
to Cooper, this line being a part of the second circuit from Leaside station to 
the Ottawa river now under construction. The use of this section of line effects 
a saving in transmission losses. In eastern Ontario additions were made to the 
high-voltage transmission lines as follows: new lines were put into operation 
between the Ottawa river (connecting with the Gatineau Power Company 
supply) and Smiths Falls; between Smiths Falls and Kingston, connecting with 
the Central Ontario and Trent system; between Smiths Falls and Brockville, 
connecting with the St. Lawrence system; and a short line between Smiths Falls 
and the Rideau System lines. Through these lines the Central Ontario and 
Trent, the St. Lawrence, the Rideau and the Ottawa systems are all inter- 
connected. By means of these interconnections spare power on any system may 
be transferred to another system, or in emergency power may be supplied to 
any system to make up for failure of the system's own supply. The inter- 
connections also make possible the transfer of power from the Gatineau Power 
Company to all of the above systems. 

While the four eastern systems are still operated as separate systems for 
administrative and accounting purposes, through their physical interconnection 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED AND PURCHASED 





Normal 


Peak load 


Total output 




operating 


during 


during 


Plant 


capacity 


fiscal year 


fiscal year 




Oct. 3 1,1929 


1928-1929 


1928-1929 




horsepower 


horsepower 


kilowatt-hours 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 



Niagara: Queenston plant 

Niagara: "Ontario Power" plant. 
Niagara: "Toronto Power" plant 

Sidney, Dam No. 2 

Frankford, Dam No. 5 . . . 

Meyersburg, Dam No. 8 

Hague's Reach, Dam No. 9 

Ranney Falls, Dam No. 10 

Seymour, Dam No. 11 

Heely Falls, Dam No. 14 

Auburn, Dam No. 18 

Fenelon Falls, Dam No. 30 

Cameron Falls 

Big Chute 

Eugenia Falls 

Wasdells Falls 

South Falls 

Hanna Chute 

Trethewey Falls. 

Hanover 

Nipissing 

Elliott Chute 

Bingham Chute 

High Falls 

Carleton Place 



Total 1,008,352 



522,790 

183,650 

147,450 

4,020 

3,485 

6,430 

4,500 

9,650 

4,020 

12,060 

2,010 

1,000 

75,000 

5,700 

7,300 

1,200 

5,200 

1,500 

2,200 

400 

2,346 

2,413 

1,200 

2,400 

428 



525,469 

182,976 

143,432 

4,759 

3,566 

8,150 

4,692 

10,992 

4,048 

15,282 

2,466 

1,005 

77,117 

5,791 

7,332 

1,126 

5,405 

1,609 

2,145 

450 

2,399 

1,434 

1,290 

3,127 

442 



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2,827,620,000 

772,716,700 

177,705,000 

18,863,100 

10,544,250 

25,758,290 

16,640,150 

39,715,980 

16,493,620 

36,303,580 

9,856,110 

2,537,380 

293,543,400 

16,323,480 

22,852,400 

4,227,620 

22,770,240 

4,838,400 

254,400 

123,648 

8,351,960 

153,280 

2,678,960 

9,184,920 

258,328 



4,340,315,196 



POWER PURCHASED 






Plant 


Contract 

amount 

horsepower 


Peak 
horsepower 


Total purchase 
kilowatt-hours 


Canadian Niagara Power Co N . . 


20,000 
150,000 


21,716 

155,230 

2,660 

1,560 

938 

950 

22,079 

12,627 

10,195 

2,279 

1,743 


115,541,400 


Gatineau Power Co. — 25-cycle 


408,001,380 


Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission f 


428,630 


C.P.R. plant, Port McNicoll 


1,072 

900 

487 

20,000 

12,000 

7,500 

2,010 


143,900 


Owen Sound steam plant 


309,200 


Rideau Power Co 


1,101,600 


Ottawa and Hull Power & Mfg. Co 


69,802,200 


Gatineau Power Co. — 60-cycle 


20,379,260 


Cedars Rapids Power Co 


33,084,000 


Campbellford Water & Light Commission f 

Peterborough Hydraulic Power Co.f 


3,299,200 
64,030 


Canadian General Electric Co.f 




45,500 


Corporation of Fenelon Falls 








Kaministiquia Power Co 




9,920 


421,533 








Total purchased 


213,969 


241,897 


652,621,833 






Grand total, 1929 


1,222,321 
1,141,887 


1,258,491* 
1,149,545* 


4,992,937,029 


Grand total, 1928 


4,341,498,634 






Increase 


+80,434 


+ 108,946* 


+651,438,395 



*Peak totals given are direct sums of plant peaks as shown, without allowance for diversity 
in time. Therefore these totals do not indicate the demands on the various systems where there 
is more than one plant supplying power. Consult also table in Chairman's letter of transmittal. 

fReciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 7 

they form an extensive operating network extending from Whitby on the west 
to Cornwall on the east, and from Lindsay to Ottawa on the north, covering a 
territory 25 to 45 miles wide and about 240 miles long. In area this network 
approaches that of the Niagara system, though not in population served or 
load carried. 

Another outstanding feature of this year's operation was the large increase 
in load on most of the systems. The peak loads of all systems show an increase 
over last year (excluding export power in each case), amounting to sixteen per 
cent on the total for all systems. Taking figures for the total load in kilowatt- 
hours, the increase for all systems this year was 799,000,000 kilowatt-hours above 
the previous year, a twenty-three-per cent increase. This year's increase is 
decidedly greater than a normal year's growth, and is much greater than the 
growth during the previous year, which amounted to 310,000,000 kilowatt-hours, 
or ten per cent. The amount of power purchased this year shows a large increase, 
more than 415,000,000 kilowatt-hours, above last year, but the total power 
purchased from all sources during the year, 652,000,000 kilowatt-hours, is less 
than the year's increase in load. While a great part of the increase in load is 
due to large industrial consumers in the Niagara peninsula, yet there has been 
a general increase on all systems, except the Georgian Bay, indicating wide-spread 
business activity and prosperity. The decrease on the Georgian Bay system was 
largely due to special conditions arising out of the reduction in the western grain 
crop and the storage in western elevators of more than the usual amount of 
grain at the end of the season for navigation. This has reduced the load of the 
grain elevators in Georgian Bay ports, which forms a substantial part of the 
Georgian Bay system load. In so far as the reduction in load has been caused 
by greater storage in western elevators, this load may be considered as merely 
delayed and will appear in next year's load figures when the grain is brought 
down. The increase in the total load of the Central Ontario and Trent system 
was 6 per cent, which is slightly above normal, though not equal to last year's 
increase of ten per cent; the increase on the Ottawa system was nine per cent, 
which is about that of an average year; on the Nipissing system the increase 
was twelve per cent, which is distinctly above normal; the St. Lawrence and 
Rideau systems show a large gain, amounting to twenty per cent, and on the 
Thunder Bay system the increase reached the unusual figure of 46 per cent. 

The growth of load on the Niagara system was sufficiently large to require 
an arrangement with the Gatineau Power Company whereby 50,000 horsepower, 
of the allotment due for delivery October 1, 1929, became available September 3, 
and a further 20,000 horsepower, of the amount due for delivery October 1, 
1930, became available October 16, 1929. 

A dry summer season affected the water supply and generating capacity on 
all except the Niagara, St. Lawrence and Ottawa systems. The water supply was 
particularly deficient on the Georgian Bay system, where special arrangements 
had to be made for the purchase of power from outside sources. On the Central 
Ontario and Trent system, advantage was taken of the new line connecting 
through Smiths Falls with the Gatineau supply, relieving the situation, although 
it necessitated increasing the year's contract amount by 6,000 horsepower. 

The output of the plants purchased during the year in the Madawaska, 
Galetta, Bala and Wahnapitae districts is not included in the figures mentioned 
above, or in the tabulation of total power generated given herewith, complete 
figures not yet being available. 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



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Queenston Generating Station 



There were no failures of electrical equipment at this plant during the year. 
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as all equipment was required to carry the load. On April 20, after the usual 
seasonal decrease in load, No. 9 unit was removed from service and the armature 
completely rewound with new type coils. During this period the draft tube 
cone, the top portion of which had failed last year, was built up by mounting 
thereon a steel cap. Repairs to this unit were completed and it was returned 
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No. 4 



in a similar way to No. 9, the top part of the concrete cone cut off and capped 
with metal, and the machine completely inspected, the unit being returned to 
service on June 8, 1929. On July 7, 1929, No. 4 unit was removed from service, 
the armature was rewound and an inspection made of all parts. The rewinding 
was finished and the machine returned to service on July 18. On July 19, 
No. 3 unit was completely dismantled, the generator was given a thorough 
overhauling and cleaning, and the turbine runner was replaced with the rebuilt 
welded runner removed from No. 4 unit last year, putting the machine in first- 
class condition. The unit was returned to service on August 12, 1929. 

The usual annual inspection of all electrical equipment was carried out and 
repairs made where necessary. Turbine guide bearings were renewed, and some 
of the turbine runners, which showed signs of wear, were welded. Parts of 
the building and structures, both inside and outside, were painted during 
the year. 

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No serious troubles were experienced in the general operation of this plant 
during the year. On November 3, 1928, one armature coil of No. 2 generator 
broke down, necessitating the replacement of one group. The machine was 
repaired and returned to service on November 8. On December 23, 1928, the 
armature on No. 1 generator broke down in service, necessitating the removal 
of one group of armature coils, which was repaired and the unit returned to 
service on December 29. No. 2 generator was removed from service in May, 
1929, for the installation of a new turbine runner and general overhauling. 
During this period the generator field coils were reinsulated, armature coils 
cleaned and complete windings thoroughly painted. This unit was returned to 



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service on June 22. On July 7, No. 15 unit was removed from service to install 
spare turbine runners, and both turbine and generator were generally overhauled. 
This unit was returned to service on August 28, 1929. 

During April, 1929, No. 3 pipe line, of wood-stave construction, was given 
a very close external inspection and all bands and iron work given a coat of rust- 
resisting paint. The regular routine inspection and repair of all equipment was 
carried on during the year and all necessary repairs made, keeping the plant in 
good operating condition. 



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There were no failures in generating equipment at this plant during the year. 
Turbine No. 2 was given a complete overhauling and all worn parts repaired or 
renewed. The penstocks of units Nos. 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11 were painted with a 
special rust-resisting paint. On April 14, 1929, the discharge tunnel was inspected 
and it was found that a part of the lining on the bottom had disintegrated and 
disappeared. The entire plant was shut down from June 28 until July 8, 1929, 
during which period complete repairs were made to the tunnel lining. 

All electrical equipment was inspected regularly and repairs made where 
necessary. At the transformer station, No. 1 transformer of No. 2 bank, of 
6,000-kv-a. capacity, which failed on September 15, 1928, was repaired and 
placed in service on January 29, 1929. There were four failures of 2,640-kv-a. 
units while in service, as follows: No. 1 transformer of No. 4 bank failed July 18, 
1929, and was repaired and returned to service on October 19, 1929. No. 3 
transformer of No. 3 bank failed on September 14, 1929; No. 1 transformer on 
No. 5 bank and No. 2 transformer of No. 3 bank failed on October 16, 1929. 
These latter three units are now being rebuilt. 



12 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



Transmission, Transformation and Distribution 

The operation of the transmission system was continued as three divisions, 
known as the yellow, green and brown, during the year. There were no inter- 
ruptions on the brown and yellow divisions during the year and only one of 
approximately one-minute duration on the green division feeding to the east. 

The 220,000-volt line from the Ottawa river to Toronto and the step-down 
transformer station at Leaside, gave extremely good service during the year. 
There were altogether ten interruptions to service. Four of these, covering a 
total period of one hour and ten minutes, were caused by lightning; three inter- 
ruptions, totalling 263^2 minutes, were caused by failure of power supply at 
point of generation, and three interruptions amounting to a total of 10 hours and 
45 minutes were due to trees or other foreign objects coming in contact with the 
line. There was no failure of line insulation during any of these troubles. 

On April 1, 1929, a severe sleet and wind storm occurred over the entire 
system, resulting in line failures in the Essex, Kent, London and Dundas districts, 
and in a fire at the Woodstock station, damaging the low-tension switching equip- 
ment. On July 18, 1929, during a severe lightning storm, a 1 10,000-volt lightning 
arrester failed in Dundas station, followed by a serious fire. On December 13, 
1928, a fire occurred on the low-tension switching structure of Guelph station, 
caused by a failure of local lines in the city of Guelph. 

All station equipment, including both high-tension and distributing stations, 
received the usual routine inspection and overhauling in accordance with our 
standard schedule. On several high-tension stations the original 1 10,000-volt 
oil-breaker bushings were replaced with the gum-filled type. 

Twenty transformer failures occurred during the year, of which three were 
returned to the manufacturers for repairs; fourteen were repaired by the Com- 
mission maintenance staff; one unit was scrapped, and two are now in course 
of being repaired. 

The usual regular patrol inspection and maintenance work was carried out 
on the high-tension and distribution lines during the year, making all repairs 
necessary to lines damaged during storms. 

Changes on the 1 10,000-volt lines were made at Niagara Falls, Allanburg, 
Hamilton and Burlington junctions in order to facilitate load changes and to 
improve operating conditions. 

The distribution lines supplying Wallaceburg, Petrolia, St. Marys Cement, 
Waterloo and the Dominion Tire Company, were overhauled during the year. 
Insulators were tested on many low-tension lines and changed where found 
defective. 

The telephone circuits following the Toronto Power right-of-way from 
Niagara Falls to Toronto were transposed and a phantom circuit installed. 
A telephone line, paralleling the 220,000-volt circuit from the Ottawa river to 
Leaside, was completed and put in operation on October 9, 1929, and gives 
extremely good service. Relays were installed on the telephone protective equip- 
ment at all stations between Dundas and St. Thomas and have improved 
operating conditions. 



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13 



On the 220, 000- volt system a new section of line from a point about half-a-mile 
east of Leaside to Cooper, a distance of 100 miles, was put into service. This is 
a part of the second circuit to the Ottawa river, the balance being still under 
construction. 

On the 110,000- volt system, new lines from Allanburg junction to St. 
Thomas, and from Welland junction to Port Colborne were put in operation. 

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On the distribution lines the following were put in operation: 26,400- volt 
lines from Essex transformer station to Windsor; LaSalle junction to LaSalle; 
Gosfield junction to Leamington; and from Fletcher to Merlin; and 13, 200- volt 
lines from Leaside to Scarborough; Toronto to Weston; Albion Park junction to 
Albion Park, and Hamilton to Vinemount. The line feeding Kingston Road 
division of Toronto and York Radial Railway was dismantled. 



\4 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

During the year a number of changes were made in the capacity of high- 
tension stations and distributing stations, as follows: — 

Mount Joy distributing station Three single-phase, 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of one 
three-phase, 150-kv-a. transformer. . Nov. 22, 1928 

Leamington distributing station Three single-phase, 500-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of three 
250-kv-a. transformers Jan. 26, 1929 

Glendale distributing station Three single-phase, 250-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of three 
single-phase 150-kv-a. transformers. Mar. 29, 1929 

Walton distributing station Three single-phase, 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of one 
three-phase, 150-kv-a. transformer. . May 22, 1929 

Elmira distributing station Three single-phase, 500-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of three 
single-phase, 250-kv-a. transformers. June 23, 1929 

Broughdale distributing station Three single-phase, 250-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of three 
single-phase 150-kv-a. transformers.. July 26, 1929 

Stratford high-tension station Three single-phase, 2,500-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed Mar. 23, 1929 

New Toronto distributing station One three-phase, 3,000-kv-a. trans- 
former installed and one three- 
phase, 1, 500-kv-a. transformer re- 
moved Feb. 17, 1929 

New Toronto distributing station One three-phase, 3,000-kv-a. and three 

single-phase, 1, 500-kv-a. transformer 

installed July 14, 1929 

Etobicoke Township distributing station. .Three single-phase, 500-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of two 
three-phase, 300-kv-a. transformers. July 13, 1929 

Watford distributing station Three single-phase, 100-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed in place of one 
three-phase, 150-kv-a. transformer. . April 11,1929 

Hamilton high-tension station Three single-phase, 5,000-kv-a. trans- 
formers installed Aug. 26, 1929 



New transformer stations have been placed in service with transforming 
equipment, as follows: — 

Ford distributing station One three-phase, 3,000-kv-a. trans- 
former Dec. 4, 1928 

Scarborough distributing station Three single-phase, 1,000-kv-a. trans- 
formers Feb. 15, 1929 

Merlin distributing station Three single-phase, 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers Feb. 10, 1929 

LaSalle distributing station Three single-phase, 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers Dec. 16, 1928 

Albion Park distributing station Two three-phase, 300-kv-a. trans- 
formers Sept. 3,1929 

Vinemount distributing station Three single-phase, 150-kv-a. trans- 
formers May 17, 1929 

Cyanamid transformer station Six single-phase, 7, 500-kv-a. trans- 
formers Dec. 4, 1928 

Three single-phase, 7, 500-kv-a. trans- 
formers May 6, 1929 



The following transformer stations were discontinued during the year: — 

Fletcher distributing station Now being fed from rural lines Feb. 10, 1929 

Port Colborne transformer station Now being fed from Welland Sept. 5, 1929 

Blantyre distributing station Now being fed from Toronto Oct. 28, 1928 



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1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



15 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


490.0 

102.5 

78.2 

91.1 

465.0 

277.0 

52.9 

651.0 

411.0 

124.0 

297.6 

526.8 

201.0 

121.3 

351.0 

55.3 

111.2 

185.6 

1,654.5 

8,838.8 

345.5 


571.7 
112.8 
100.8 

77.0 
513.4 
356.5 

60.0 
785.0 
468.0 
128.9 

313.6 
652.4 
214.5 

70.3 
332.4 

77.7 

101.5 

109.9 

1,935.8 

9,781.5 

. 390.1 

177.0 

118.7 

124.3 

136.8 

60.7 

281.5 

21.4 

72.4 

4,382.1 

211.8 
52.5 

443.9 

152.8 
49.6 
36.2 

76.1 

32.1 

70.4 

82.0 

251.8 

70.4 

77.6 

1,454.4 

603.2 

209.1 

3,989.2 

1,016.1 

396.8 

74.8 

50.2 

10.0 

312.3 

2,494.1 

416.2 


609.0 

123.0 

82.3 

78.0 

573.7 

351.2 

60.0 

825.7 

457.3 

136.2 

268.1 

79.7 
260.0 
144.7 
345.8 

91.4 
122.4 
103.2 
2,018.2 
10,140.8 
630.0 
153.8 

81.7 
123.3 
138.6 

49.2 

323.6 

27.3 

85.1 

4,637.2 

260.0 
51.6 

399.4 

147.4 
59.0 
49.6 

62.6 

36.4 

72.2 

86.1 

278.0 

65.4 

40.2 

1,555.0 

668.9 

210.4 

3,151.4 

1,067.0 

401.6 

79.7 

46.2 

9.8 

337.8 

2,942.4 

411.5 




37.3 


Agincourt 




10.2 


Ailsa Craig 


18.5 




Alvinston 


1.0 


Amherstburg 




60.3 


Ancaster Township 


5.3 




Arkona 




Aurora 


io!7* 


40.7 


Aylmer 




Avr. 


7.3 


Baden 


45.5 
572. 7 




Barton Township 




Beachville 


45.5 


Belle River 


74.4 


Blenheim 




13.4 


Blyth 




13.7 


Bolton 




20.9 


Bothwell 


6.7 




Brampton 


82.4 


Brantf ord 




359.3 


Brantford Township 




239.9 


Bridgeport 


23.2 

37.0 

1.0 




Brigden 


53.6 
112.6 
116.6 

45.8 

260.7 

20.1 

57.6 

4,163.2 

266.7 
39.9 

354.0 

180.2 
43.5 
33.5 

71.6 

24.4 

70.4 

83.1 

291.0 

54.4 

56.5 

1,329.7 

577.8 

178.3 

3,029.5 

901.7 

386.0 

67.0 

42.9 

10.7 

311.0 

2,045.5 

384.7 




Brussels 




Burford 


1.8 


Burgessville 


11.5 




Caledonia 


42.1 


Campbellville 

Cayuga 




5.9 




12.7 


Chatham 




255.1 


Chippawa 




48.2 


Clifford 


6.9 

44.5 
5.4 




Clinton 




Comber 




Cottam 


9.4 


Courtright 




13.4 


Dashwood 


13.5 




Delaware 


4.3 


Dorchester 




1.8 


Drayton 





4.1 


Dresden 


26.2 


Drumbo 


5.0 

37.4 




Dublin 




Dundas 


100.6 


Dunnville 




65.7 


Dutton 




1.3 


East Windsor (Ford City) 


837.8 




Elmira 


50 9 


Elora 




4 8 


Embro 




4 9 


Erieau 


4.0 
0.2 




Erie Beach 




Essex 


25 5 


Etobicoke Township 




448.3 


Exeter 


4.7 









16 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 Oct., 1928 



Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



Decrease Increase 



Fergus 

Fonthill 

Ford City — See East Windsor 
Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

LaSalle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Township V.A 

Lucan 

Lynden . 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Mimico Asylum 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury , 

New Hamburg , 

Newmarket , 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls ' 

Niagara-on-the-Lake , 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Ontario Agricultural College . . 
Ontario Central Reformatory . 
Otterville 



519.0 
88.5 

230.4 

6,498.4 

719.2 

135.7 

935.8 

73.4 

6,925.0 

1,039.0 
35,459.5 
244.0 
164.9 
116.6 
970.5 
108.5 
370.0 

1,983.0 

141.5 

344.2 
13,340.0 

90.0 

156.8 
793.5 
618.6 
23,539.0 
174.0 
172.4 
123.3 

127.7 

136.0 

807.0 

960.6 

537.5 

1,680.0 

65 

369.4 

49.2 

63.5 

34.1 
491.0 
737.0 
4,343.0 
8,013.4 
437.0 
306.3 

268.1 

295.0 

230.5 

72.3 



573.8 
104.5 

263.4 

6,748.7 
755.4 
163.8 

1,035.2 
86.0 

7,630.1 

1,278.8 

51,943.6 

270.2 

205.3 

90.6 

1,071.8 

119.3 

305.6 

2,173.2 

150.1 

388.7 
14,457.0 



107 
230 
871 
727 
25,884 
175.0 
155.9 
70.7 

146.4 

130.0 

1,075.1 

1,092.3 

585.8 

1,857.9 

65 

451.7 

56.0 

68.3 

38.2 
584.1 
697.X) 
4,871.2 
8,910.2 
494.6 
322.5 

263.8 

312.3 

263.4 

72.4 



685.5 
123.2 

269.9 

7,089.6 
854.7 
147.4 

1,160.8 
80.0 

8,154.8 

1,214.5 
65,685.8 
268.1 
300.2 
152.4 
1,134.6 
117.3 
268.1 

2,104.6 

169.3 

411.5 
16,042.8 

97.2 

265.4 

1,272.1 

833.8 

28,337.6 

230.2 

175.6 

67.5 

155.3 

162.2 

2,300.3 

1,124.4 

359.2 

2,010.7 

65 

393.4 

54.0 

76.9 

33.5 
413.3 
978.5 
5,533.5 
9,408.8 
525.5 
315.0 

180.0 

270.8 

208.5 

74.1 



16.4 



6.0 



64.3 



2.1 



2.0 

37.5 

68.6 



10.5 



3.2 



226.6 



58.3 
2.0 



4.7 
170.8 



7.5 

83.8 
41.5 
54.9 



111.7 
18.7 

6.5 

340.9 
99.3 



125.6 

524!7" 



13,742.2 



94.9 
61.8 
62.8 



19.2 

22.8 
1,585.8 



34.9 
400.8 
105.9 

2,453.2 

' 55.2 

19.7 



8.9 

32.2 

1,225.2 

32.1 



152.8 



8.6 



281.5 

662 3 

498.6 

30.9 



1.7 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



17 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 








Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Palmerston 


420.9 

1,216.0 

130.0 

694.1 

37.5 

233.7 

1,199.8 

401.0 

284.2 

236.0 

52.2 

171.6 

3,013.0 

35.5 

80.4 

195.7 

363.0 

1,181.0 

65.0 

121.7 

7,718.4 

62.3 

112.6 

159.0 

1,383.0 

4,903.6 

3,308.3 

5,328.6 

1,958.6 

454.0 

883.0 

72.4 

1,201.7 

100.5 

6,809.6 

760.6 

96.5 

409.1 

259.8 

115.3 

162.7 

52.3 

42.5 

1,255.4 

421.0 

741.0 

216,588.0 

1,057.6 

4,839.0 

3,185.0 

22.5 

186.0 

315.8 

2,681.0 
166.0 

3,265.4 


496.6 

1,284.2 

138.0 

670.6 

45.9 

238.6 

1,282.8 

475.9 

327.7 

251.3 

54.3 

154.1 

3,224.9 

36.2 

85.8 

201.4 

430.3 

1,126.0 

92.5 

119.5 

8,034.4 
71.7 

154.4 

189.2 
1,349.8 
5,051.2 
3,746.7 
5,997.5 
2,320.3 

572.0 
1,017.7 

124.6 
1,429.1 

115.2 
7,124.8 

781.7 

103.2 

442.3 

319.1 

137.4 

186.3 

54.9 

61.0 

801.3 

528.1 

738.6 

241,366.0 

1,198.6 

6,353.9 

3,269.4 

32.1 

195.8 

396.8 

2,948.4 
201.0 

3,433.0 


438.4 

1,267.1 

147.4 

758.2 

51.7 

398.1 

1,481.2 

485.2 

380.7 

280.8 

59.3 

184.9 

3,502.7 

75.0 

85.8 

249.3 

461.1 

1,254.7 

70.1 

130.6 

9,061.9 

88.4 

143.4 

203.4 

1,231.9 

5,502.7 

3,664.9 

6,447.6 

2,294.8 

663.4 

1,153.3 

91.1 

1,636.0 

128.1 

7,120.8 

891.2 

107.2 

420.9 

444.7 

142.7 

210.4 

51.3 

59.0 

1,448.0 

514.7 

841.8 

270,628.0 

1,268.1 

9,230.5 

3,451.7 

29.5 

202.3 

382.0 

3,203.3 
171.6 

4,248.0 


58.2 
17.1 




Paris 




Parkhill 


9.4 


Petrolia ; i 


87.6 


Plattsville 




5.8 






159 5 


Port Colborne ; 




198.4 


Port Credit 




9.3 


Port Dalhousie 




53.0 


Port Dover 




29.5 


Port Rowan .;..... 




4.9 


Port Stanley . 




30.8 


Preston 




277.8 


Princeton 


38.8 


Queenston 




Richmond Hill 




47.9 


Ridgetown 




30.8 






128.7 


Rockwood 


22.4 




Rodney 


11.1 






1,027.5 

16 7 


St. Clair Beach 




St. George 


11.0 




St. Jacobs 


14 2 


St. Marys 


117.9 




St. Thomas 


451.5 


Sandwich 


81.8 




Sarnia 


450.1 


Scarborough Township 


25.5 




Seaforth 


91 4 


Simcoe 




135 6 


Springfield 


33.5 




Stamford Township 

Stouffville 


206 9 




12 9 


Stratford 


4.0 

21.4 




Strathroy 


109 5 


Sutton 


4 


Tavistock 




Tecumseh 


125 6 


Thamesford 




5 3 


Thamesville 




24 1 


Thedford 


3.6 
2.0 




Thorndale 




Thorold 


646 7 


Tilbury 


13.4 




Tillsonburg 


103 2 


Toronto 




29,262.0 
69 5 


Toronto Township 




Walkerville 




2,876.6 
182 3 


Wallaceburg 




Wardsville 


2.6 

* i4.8" 




Waterdown 


6 5 


Waterford 




Waterloo 


254 9 


Watford 


29.4 




Welland 


815 



18 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 



Oct., 1928 



Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



Decrease Increase 



Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York, East, Township.. 
York, North, Township 

Zurich 



128.5 

328.0 

2,160.5 

104.5 

23,970.2 

222.0 

4,155.0 

48.2 

2,889.0 
930.2 

69.0 



133.2 

324.1 

2,398.8 

117.1 

27,616.9 

217.1 

4,781.5 

58.7 

3,382.0 
1,240.5 

87.9 



104.6 

345.8 

2,957.1 

134.8 

27,712.3 

209.1 

4,977.2 

50.6 

4,017.4 
1,414.2 

83.2 



28.6 



8.0 
8.T 



4.7 



21.7 

558.3 

17.7 

95.4 



195.7 



635.4 
173.7 



In some instances the decreases shown are due entirely or in part to transference of load 
from a municipality to a newly established rural power district. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1927-1928-1929 



Rural power district 



Acton 

Amherstburg 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 



Beamsville. 
Belle River 
Blenheim . . 
Bond Lake. 
Bothwell... 



Brampton 

Brant 

Brigden . . 
Burford . . 
Caledonia. 



Chatham . . 
Chippawa. 

Clinton 

Delaware . . 
Dorchester . 



Dresden . . 
Drumbo. . 
Dundas... 
Dunnville. 
Dutton.. . 



Elmira 
Elora . . 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



370.4 

139.9 

8.0 

115.7 

483.9 
163.3 

52.5 
500.0 

13.5 

10.5 
164.4 



68. 
23. 



115.8 
76.4 



110.1 
259.2 



47.2 
306.0 



12.7 

16.3 
24.9 



2.0 
404.5 
133.5 

9.0 
148.7 

537.5 
158.2 
82.7 
520.2 
109.5 

64.2 

259.8 

21.9 

68.0 

102.1 

254. .8 
108.6 
37.9 
174.5 
248.1 

2.0 

58.7 

341.9 

3.2 
23.2 



21. 
40. 



2.0 

533.1 

155.3 

16.5 

193.1 

625.3 
261.0 
134.7 
522.8 
109.5 

109.1 

291.4 

27.0 

93.5 

136.7 

411.0 

99.2 

61.8 

201.1 

290.8 

3.7 

36.3 

415.3 

4.0 
82.5 

24.1 
43.3 



9.4 



22.4 



Decrease Increase 



128.6 

21.8 

7.5 

44.4 

87.8 

102.8 

52.0 

2.6 



44.9 
31.6 
5.1 
25.5 
34.6 

156.2 



23.9 
26.6 
42.7 

1.7 



73.4 

0.8 

59.3 

2.7 
3.2 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



19 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 Oct., 1928 



Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



Decrease 



Increase 



Essex . 
Exeter. 
Forest . 



Gait 

Georgetown . 
Goderich . . . 
Grantham . . 
Guelph 



Haldimand. 

Harrow 

Ingersoll. . . 
Jordan 
Keswick. . . 



Kingsville . 
Listowel. . 
London . . . 
Lucan .... 
Lynden . . . 



Markham. . 
Milton .... 
Milverton. . 
Mitchell... 
Newmarket 



Niagara . . . 
Norwich . . . 
Oil Springs . 
Palmerston 
Petrolia . . . 



Preston 

Ridgetown . 
St. Jacobs . , 
St. Marys.. 
St. Thomas 



Saltfleet 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarborough Township 
Seaf orth 



Simcoe 
Stamford . . 
Stratford . . 
Strathroy . . 
Streetsville . 



Tavistock. . . 
Thamesville . 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . 
Wallaceburg 

Walsingham . 
Walton 



95.8 
153.1 

2.7 

78.2 
35.5 
45.2 
354.8 
45.5 

10.5 

172.2 

6.0 

24.1 

187.6 

390.8 
43.5 

765.8 
32.2 
76.8 

114.9 
41.5 
25.7 
83.8 

151.3 

519.6 

158.0 

37.5 

1.0 

1.6 

442.6 
109.9 
192.0 



266.8 

442.0 

725.6 

315.0 

66.2 



85.4 
95.8 
147.4 
16.4 
70.1 

44.9 



21.2 
186.3 
105.9 



63, 

24, 



140.9 

144.1 

2.9 

105.7 
39.5 
35.8 

417.8 
58.8 

22.0 
165.3 
117.0 

44.1 
116.0 



355.6 

50.6 

1,014.7 

41.1 

117.2 

181.9 

73.3 

29.7 

100.0 

182.7 

609.7 

183.8 

41.8 

3.0 

5.3 

508.5 
239.3 
163.3 
96.4 
430.2 

545.9 

850.9 

328.1 

81.6 

62.0 

106.3 
105.2 
155.8 
23.9 
119.6 

82.9 

59.4 

103.2 

226.2 

128.7 

35.2 
41.6 



214.9 

160.0 

6.3 

131.4 

47.4 

42.9 

434.1 

115.5 

40.0 
205.2 
361.0 
207.5 
151.4 

402.3 

63.5 

1,222.6 

41.9 

101.6 

208.4 
105.1 
36.8 
123.6 
207.3 

523.0 

198.4 

38.5 

3.& 

5.3 

607.7 
255.3 
165.1 
142.7 
391.4 

522.2 

1,022.4 

435.6 

205.0 

23.7 

122.0 
161.6 
136.2 
31.9 
274.0 

110.2 

67.0 

38.6 

239.0 

137.6 

45.8 
70.7 



15.6 



86.7 



3.3 



38.8 
23.7 



38.3 



19.6 



64.6 



74.0 

15.9 

3.4 

25.7 

7.9 

7.1 

16.3 

56.7 

18.0 

39.9 

244.0 

163.4 

35.4 

46.7 

12.9 

207.9 

0.8 



26.5 
31.8 
7.1 
23.6 
24.6 



14.6 
O^' 



99.2 

16.0 

1.8 

46.3 





171 


5 


107 


5 


123 


4 


15 


7 


56 


4 



8.0 
154.4 

27.3 
7.6 



13.8 
8.9 

10.6 
29.1 



20 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Rural power district 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Waterdown 


197.3 

69.7 

717.2 

278.3 
331.0 


241.0 

61.0 

970.0 

356.6 
395.3 


389.3 

75.6 

1,218.6 

559.8 
394.3 




148.3 


Waterford 




14.6 


Welland 




248.6 


Woodbridge. . 




203.2 


Woodstock 


1.0 









NIAGARA SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 





Date 

connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alvinston 


June 13, 1929 
Nov. 1,1928 


0.8 
17.7 


1.0 
84.1 




0.2 


Merlin 


66.4 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The loads on this system have shown very little change from last year, the 
monthly peaks increasing about three per cent and the average loads decreasing 
by the same percentage. There has been a normal growth in load throughout 
most parts of the system but this has been offset as a result of the small quantity 
of grain handled in the elevators during the past year. The power required 
by the elevators at Midland, Port McNicoll and Owen Sound, during a normal 
year, forms a substantial part of the Georgian Bay system load. 

There was sufficient river flow and storage-water supply throughout the 
system until August, but the lack of rainfall and excessive evaporation from this 
time until the end of the fiscal year caused the storage water to be depleted on 
all watersheds. To offset this condition, arrangements were made with the 
Owen Sound Public Utilities Commission for the operation of its steam plant, 
commencing about the middle of October, 1929, and with the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company for the operation of its steam plant at Port McNicoll, 
commencing the last week in October. 

During the year 1929 -the Commission purchased the power plants, 
machinery, water rights and all lands and buildings in connection with the 
hydraulic power plants at Hanover and Maple Hill. In order to assist in the 
saving of storage water and to assist on peak load, the Hanover plant was 
renovated and placed in operation the latter part of September with a full 
load capacity of about 300 kilowatts. 

The two hydraulic plants of the Bala Electric Light and Power Company 
were taken over by the Commission on April 27, 1929. The combined generating 
capacity of these two plants is 450 kv-a. The Bala plants and distribution net- 
works are operated as a division of the Georgian Bay system but are not 
interconnected with the rest of the system. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



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20.000 



15,000 



10.000 



5.000 



NOTE:— The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdelis and Muskoka divisions. In 
the diagram the load for the Muskoka division is not included until November, 1924. Details 
respecting this load for preceding years are given in earlier Annual Reports. The load of the new 
division at Bala is not included in above graph, records being incomplete. 



A 38,000-volt tie line was constructed between the Muskoka and Wasdelis 
divisions to improve service to the Wasdelis division. This line was ready for 
service in April, 1929. Power over this line is stepped down to 22,000 volts at 
the Wasdelis auto-transformer station for the Wasdelis division. A 1,500-kv-a. 
auto-transformer was installed at Wasdelis power house for this purpose and was 
placed in service in May, 1929. Trethewey Falls plant, with an installed capacity 
of 2,000 kv-a., was placed in commercial operation September 29, 1929. This is 
a remote-controlled plant, situated on the south branch of the Muskoka river 
above the South Falls and Hanna Chute plants and is controlled from South 
Falls plant. 

A substantial amount of power was purchased from the Orillia Water, Light 
and Power Commission during September and October, 1929, in order to make 
the most efficient use of the water flow in the Severn river. 

A severe sleet storm on the system on April 1, 1929, caused damage to 
numerous sections of the lines. The greatest damage was done to the tie line 
between the Severn and Eugenia divisions, where, between Collingwood and 
Stayner, seventy-seven poles were broken. Collingwood, which is normally 
supplied from the Severn division, was supplied from the Eugenia division until 



22 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

repairs to the lines were carried out. At this time there were also eighteen con- 
secutive poles down on the Wasdells division as well as other odd poles at intervals 
on both the Severn and Wasdells divisions. Service was resumed with the least 
possible delay in view of the bad travelling and working conditions at this 
time of the year. 

Severn Division 

Peak loads on this division decreased four per cent from last year, while 
the average loads decreased fourteen per cent. This is accounted for, to some 
extent, by the reduced demands of the grain elevators. 

A new circuit on a separate pole line was constructed from Waubaushene 
into the Midland district in the autumn of 1928, and was placed in service 
November 18. This makes the third circuit into the Midland district from 
Waubaushene, facilitating operation and maintenance, and affording better 
voltage regulation to this load centre. 

Numerous changes to pole lines between Waverley, Elmvale and Barrie 
were necessary due to road alterations made by the Department of Provincial 
Highways. Extensive guying of poles was carried out on this division to 
strengthen the lines against severe storms such as were experienced during the 
winter and spring of this year, also the usual work of maintenance, insulator 
testing and replacement received attention. Four new air-break switches were 
erected on the lines at the south end of the Severn division, replacing switches 
of older design. 

To improve operation at the Big Chute plant a number of changes were 
made. Braking equipment was installed on all four generating units. New 
hand-control equipment was installed on the No. 4 unit, and a central oil- 
pressure and pumping system for the operation of the governors on all units was 
installed. Extensive painting of the inside of the Big Chute plant and of the 
equipment was carried out during the year. 

Owing to growth of load at Coldwater, the three 40-kv-a. transformers 
were removed from Coldwater distributing station and were replaced by three 
100-kv-a. transformers which were removed from Orangeville distributing 
station last year. 

A new boat house was erected at Waubaushene to replace the one destroyed 
by high water and storms during the spring period. 

A 2 2, 000- volt feeder out of the Collingwood station was placed in service 
to supply the new elevator substation at Collingwood erected during the year. 

Eugenia Division 

The peak and average loads on this division have shown an increase of 
thirteen per cent over last year. 

Holland Centre distributing station, with a 10-kv-a., single-phase trans- 
former, was placed in service December 20, 1928. This transformer steps the 
voltage down from 22,000 to 110 for local distribution. 

A bank of three 250-kv-a. transformers was placed in service at Meaford 
April 28. This bank replaced a three-phase, 300-kv-a. transformer. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 23 

The three-phase, 300-kv-a. transformer, which was removed from Meaford, 
was taken to Holyrood and installed there May 12, replacing a bank of three 
50-kv-a. transformers. 

The Owen Sound steam plant was operated for part of November and the 
first week of December, 1928, to help carry the Eugenia division loads. This 
was made necessary by the failure of one of the transformers in the 25-cycle 
bank at Mount Forest frequency changer station on November 7, 1928. This 
transformer was repaired and returned to service December 2, 1928. 

During a wind-and-sleet storm, which caused severe whipping of the lines 
feeding the Owen Sound district, trouble was experienced due to the breaking 
of insulator ties, heads pulling off insulators and insulators off pins. This 
trouble occurred in January during the bad travelling conditions. Trouble was 
also experienced on other lines of the division at this time, but not to such an 
extent as on the north lines to Owen Sound. 

On April 1 the severe sleet storm, which caused excessive damage on the 
Severn and Wasdells divisions, was also experienced on the Eugenia division, 
but damage was not so great as on the other divisions. Repairs were made 
difficult owing to lack of communication, as the Commission's private telephone 
lines were down and other telephone and telegraph service was entirely disrupted. 

A synchronous condenser was installed at Eugenia power house and placed 
in operation October 23. This unit was installed to improve the facilities for 
the transmission of peak and off-peak power from the Severn division to the 
Eugenia division, for conservation of water, and to improve system operation. 

The small, 300-kv-a., hydro-electric plant (two 150-kv-a. units), at Hanover, 
purchased during the year, was overhauled and placed in operation to assist in 
carrying the division load, on account of the anticipated water shortage at the 
other plants supplying the system. To meet the increasing demands for power, 
combined with the poor water conditions existing on the various watersheds, 
arrangements were made for the operation of the Owen Sound steam plant, 
starting in October, 1929, and to be operated until relief is experienced by fall 
rains or spring freshets. 

Wasdells Division 

The peak load has shown very little increase over last year on this division 
but the average load has shown an increase of fifteen per cent. The addition 
during the year of the tie line from Muskoka and the auto-transformer station 
at Wasdells power house has been an important factor in assuring Wasdells 
division of continuity of power supply. 

During the floods of the past spring, the tail-water was so high at Wasdells 
power house that for a period of ten days the head-water available was not 
sufficient to operate the plant. For a further period of two weeks the head was 
so low that very little power could be generated. During all this period the 
Wasdells division depended on the supply of power over the Orillia tie line, as 
the tie line to the Muskoka division was not completed at this time. 

Reconstruction of the Commission's lines at various points was made 
necessary to provide clearance over the new Bell Telephone Company line from 
Oshawa to North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. 



24 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

A large amount of special maintenance work was carried out on the high- 
tension lines due to interference by road alterations, and extra line guys were 
installed to strengthen the lines where they are exposed to severe storm 
conditions. 



Muskoka Division 

The peak and average loads on this division are practically the same as 
last year. 

Extreme flood conditions existed on the Muskoka watershed in the spring 
of 1929. In spite of the fact that lake levels had been lowered in preparation 
for the freshet, the normal break-up, combined with continuous rains, produced 
extremely high levels in both Hollow lake and Lake of Bays. Later in the 
season the loss of storage water used to assist late spring and early summer 
log-driving operations, and the dry weather experienced from August to the 
end of October, combined to reduce lake levels and storage water to a point 
below anything before experienced at this time of the year. 

A large number of stumps and dead trees, also refuse of other kinds, was 
removed from above Hollow Lake storage dam to assist in log-driving and 
control of storage water. Maintenance work at Hollow Lake dam was also 
carried out, the metal work being painted and the concrete deck waterproofed. 
Certain work was carried out at the Minden Bay storage dam to bind the earth 
fill — grass and shrubbery being planted on the surface. 

An operator's cottage was constructed at Hanna Chute plant for the use 
of the operator stationed permanently at this plant. The Hanna Chute plant 
was shut down for inspection and repairs in July and it was found that the 
draft tube had broken away from the base ring of the turbine and was resting 
on the bottom of the draft-tube chamber. The necessary repairs were made 
by the Construction department, and entailed the building of a coffer dam to 
unwater the tailrace. At the same time piers were constructed in the tailrace 
with guides for stop logs to provide an easy method to unwater the draft-tube 
chamber. The turbine pit was waterproofed, the turbine adjusted where 
necessary, and other maintenance work performed. 

Due to the fact that a water shortage was anticipated, the new plant at 
Trethewey falls, about two miles up the river from the Hanna Chute plant, was 
rushed to completion and put in operation on September 28, 1929, with head 
water slightly below the intended level. This plant has a 2,000-kv-a., 6, 600- volt, 
three-phase unit installed and is operated by automatic equipment with remote 
control from the South Falls plant about two and one-quarter miles distant. 

In order to arrange an adequate power supply for the Wasdells division of 
the Georgian Bay system, where the demands had increased above the generating 
capacity at the Wasdells plant, the 40,000-volt line between South falls and 
Waubaushene was tapped at a point several miles south of Gravenhurst station 
and a 40,000-volt line built to the Wasdells power house. This 40,000-volt line 
was connected to the Wasdells power house 22, 000- volt bus through an outdoor 
auto-transformer station of 1,500-kv-a. capacity, erected adjacent to the plant. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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Bala Division 

The Bala system of the Bala Electric Light Company was taken over by 
the Commission in April, 1929, and its operation and service is being adjusted 
up to the Commission's standard. 

It was noted that the machine at the No. 2 power house would not generate 
up to near its rated capacity. A complete examination was made and it was 
found that the curb ring or base ring was broken, allowing the lower portion of 
this ring and draft tube to become displaced. Temporary repairs were made by 
installing timber bracing and steel supports and by stopping air leaks as much 
as possible by sealing the upper end of the draft tube. These repairs were 
effective and the unit afterwards developed power up to nearly its rated capacity. 
More permanent repairs will be made when conditions permit. 

In July the No. 2 unit at No. 1 plant was badly damaged by lightning. 
Arrangements were made to use the generator which was bought with the 
Maple Hill plant and had been cleaned up and painted. This generator was 
installed with its own exciter and after some alterations and adjustments went 
into service satisfactorily. 

The walls of the forebay at No. 1 plant had deteriorated at the water line, 
and there was considerable leakage. In September after the season's heaviest 
loads were over, the No. 1 plant was shut down and repairs to this wall were 
carried out by the Construction department. The turbines at this plant were 
also examined and adjusted where necessary. They appeared to be in very 
fair condition for operation. 

A small building was erected adjacent to the No. 1 plant to serve as field 
office for general division business in connection with the operation and main- 
tenance of the plants and distribution system and service to customers. 

The lack of satisfactory ventilation at the No. 2 plant was overcome by 
installing a large roof ventilator and placing panels with louvres in the doors. 

The load on this division now taxes the generating capacities of the plants 
and provision for additional capacity is under consideration. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



Decrease 



Increase 



Severn Division 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Camp Borden 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Elmvale 



175.6 


189.0 


1,739.9 


1,878.5 


113.9 


124.1 


215.8 


134.0 


181.0 


279.0 


89.8 


130.0 


1,174.5 


1,190.0 


49.6 


49.6 


92.5 


94.3 


175.8 


158.7 



183.6 
1,978.4 
117.9 
133.5 
300.0 

274.8 

1,613.9 

48.5 

116.6 

148.8 



5.4 



6.2 
0.5 



1.1 



9.9 



99.9 



21.0 

144.8 
423.9 



22.3 



26 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929— Continued 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Midland 


4,928.1 
556.3 

77.1 
123.8 

23.6 

54.4 
74.4 
39.5 

99.2 

64.9 

42.9 

382.0 

109.8 

540.9 
46.2 
67.9 
76.4 

831.0 

11.0 

8.0 

265.4 

141.3 

121.5 

351.0 

268.9 

386.1 

2,405.0 

98.4 

12.0 
50.4 

218.4 
62.3 

154.0 

321.7 

165.7 
52.3 

123.3 
22.1 

167.9 

54.3 

155.5 

10.7 

54.0 

422.0 
1,140.0 


4,190.3 
521.4 

82.4 
123.3 

29.0 

59.5 
69.7 
39.4 

103.2 

99.2 

52.9 

395.4 

157.3 

565.7 

45.5 

76.6 

107.2 

914.2 

17.7 

8.0 

341.8 

158.2 

140.2 

333.8 
286.8 
473.5 
2,776.1 
112.6 

11.5 
60.3 

300.1 
57.3 

142.0 

319.0 

197.0 
52.2 

137.5 
22.0 

161.2 

61.0 

189.0 

9.7 

51.3 

538.8 
1,029.5 


3,559.0 
587.9 

84.4 
104.0 

26.8 

70.2 
73.7 
37.2 

116.6 

30.0 

49.6 

412.8 

136.7 

583.1 

44.2 

82.6 

110.7 

960.3 

17.0 

8.0 

423.6 

197.6 

150.9 

361.9 
312.3 
522.3 
3,311.0 
118.6 

14.2 
52.9 
198.7 
59.3 
81.7 

422.2 

229.2 
50.9 

152.8 
33.5 

171.5 

53.6 

146.2 

10.0 

48.0 

565.7 
965.1 


631.3 




Penetang 


66.5 


Port McNicholl 




2.0 


Stayner 


19.3 
2.2 




Thornton 




Tottenham 


10.7 


Victoria Harbour 




4 


Waubaushene 


2.2 




Eugenia Division 
Arthur 


13.4 


Carlsruhe and Neustadt 


69.2 
3.3 




Chatsworth 




Chesley 

Dundalk 


17 4 


20.6 




Durham 


17.4 


Elmwood 


1.3 




Flesherton 


6.0 


Grand Valley 




3 5 


Hanover '. 




46.1 


Holstein 


0.7 




Hornings Mills 




Kincardine 




81.8 


Lucknow 




39.4 


Markdale 




10.7 


Meaford 




28.1 


Mount Forest . . 




25 5 


Orangeville 




48.8 


Owen Sound 




534.9 


Paisley 




6.0 


Priceville 




2.7 


Ripley 


7.4 
101.4 




Shelburne 




Tara 


2.0 




60.3 




Wingham 


103.2 


Wasdells Division 




32.2 


Brechin 


1.3 






15.3 


Kirkfield 


11.5 


Port Perry 




10.3 




7.4 
42.8 




Uxbridge 






0.3 


Wood ville 


3.3 




Muskoka Division 
Gravenhurst 


26.9 


Huntsville 


64.4 









1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1927-1928-1929 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1927 



Oct., 1928 



Oct., 1929 



Change in load 
1928-1929 



Decrease 



Increase 



Severn Division 

Barrie 

Buckskin 

Elmvale 

Innisfil 

Nottawasaga 

Stayner 



Eugenia Division 

Flesherton 

Markdale 

Orangeville 

Shelburne 

Tara 

Walkerton . .' 



Wasdells Division 

Cannington No. 1 

Cannington No. 2 

Georgina 

Mariposa 

Port Perry 

Sparrow Lake 

Uxbridge 



Muskoka Division 
Beaumaris 



28.1 
14.1 



25.5 
26.8 



4.1 

.5 

17.4 

3.3 

.75 
1.5 



13.0 
23.4 
34.0 
67.0 
13.0 
41.5 
6.0 



38.4 
10.4 
15.0 
29.5 
28.5 
36.2 



4.2 

.5 

30.0 

2.8 
15.0 

1.5 



17.0 
14.7 
33.5 
67.7 
22.0 
55.6 
8.0 



41.5 



61.8 
17.4 
14.4 
54.9 
29.6 
43.4 



3.8 

.5 

16.3 

4.3 
28.7 

1.5 



19.0 
28.8 
33.5 
101.8 
64.0 
56.9 
34.4 



50.9 



0.6 



23.4 
7.0 



25.4 
1.1 
7.2 



0.4 








13.7 






1.5 
13.7 








2.0 




14.1 







34.1 

42.0 

1.3 

26.4 



9.4 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 1927-1928-1929 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Bradford 


July 29,1929 
Feb. 27,1929 


5.6 
4.0 


4.3 
36.2 


1.3 




Wroxeter 


32.2 









ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 



Operating conditions generally on the St. Lawrence system have been 
satisfactory throughout the fiscal year. The load showed an increase of six 
per cent on the peak load for the year, and twenty per cent increase on the 
average load, which is gratifying. It will be noted from the graph that the loads 
throughout the entire year varied but slightly from the peak established in the 
month of November. 



28 



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No. 4 



As mentioned in the last issue of this Report, the Cedars Rapids Trans- 
mission Company was supplying an additional amount of power to this system 
in excess of the contracted amount. However, during the month of November, 
1928, the new 44, 000- volt line was completed, extending from a point near 
Brockville to the high-tension transformer station at Smiths Falls, and power 
from the Gatineau Power Company became available to this system, thereby 
enabling the Commission to reduce the power taken from the Cedars Rapids 
Transmission Company to the contracted amount. 

Five system interruptions of short duration were experienced during the 
months of June, July, August, September and October, owing to the failure of 
the power supply from the Cedars Rapids Transmission Company. 

Telephone communication throughout the system has been greatly improved 
by the installation of standard telephone protective equipment. 

A new 300-kv-a. transformer station was built at Lyn and placed in service 
in December, 1928, for the purpose of supplying power to the village of Athens 
and the surrounding territory. 

At the Howard Smith Paper Company substation a second additional 
750-kv-a. transformer was installed temporarily in March. The load at this 
station has continued to increase and the transformer is still in service. 

At Cornwall transformer station the high-tension oil-breakers and electro- 
lytic lightning-arresters were overhauled. The station site was considerably 
improved by levelling the land and planting evergreen shrubs. 

The usual maintenance of stations and equipment work was carried out. 
Extensive maintenance work on lines was necessary, chiefly in replacing defective 
pin-type insulators. A number of poles were charred and treated with solignum 
to arrest the decay which usually takes place at the ground line. 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


248.0 

30.8 

1,428.0 

268.6 


232.1 

30.0 

1,732.9 

248.0 
30.5 

37.6 
17.5 
50.0 
570.6 
61.5 

37.4 
182.3 


214.7 

28.0 

1,954.5 

167.5 
38.1 

44.9 

25.2 

52.2 

682.7 

50.2 

35.3 
198.4 


17.4 
2.0 




Apple Hill 




Brockville 


221.6 


Chesterville 


80.5 




Finch 


7.6 


Lancaster 


25.1 
18.1 
48.0 
505.6 
38.9 

31.5 
172.9 


7.3 


Martintown 




7.7 


Maxville 


• 2.2 


Prescott 




112.1 


Russell 


11.3 
2.1 




Wiliiamsburg 




Winchester. 


16.1 









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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



10.000 



10,000 




ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM— NEW MUNICIPALITIES 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Municipality 


Initial 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Athens 


Dec. 21,1928 


32.1 


70.7 




38.6 









ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 


-RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 


1927-1928- 


1929 




Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Rural power district 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Apple Hill 


28.5 
46.5 
31.5 
30.5 


22.0 
47.2 
51.3 
28.2 
.7 

56.7 
2.0 


28.6 
59.2 
82.2 
42.2 

.7 

69.0 
8.4 




6.6 


Brockville 




12.0 


Chesterville 




30.9 


Martintown 




14.0 


Maxville 






Prescott 


46.9 




12.3 


Williamsburg 




6.4 









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1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



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During the past fiscal year the demand for power on the Rideau system has 
shown a marked increase, both on peak and average loads, amounting to approxi- 
mately 20 per cent. Water conditions during the year have been somewhat 
unfavourable for power development. This condition, together with the loss 
by fire of the Rideau Power Company generating station at Merrickville during 
the month of October, 1928, necessitated augmenting the system power supply. 
Accordingly, a temporary station was built at Smiths Falls immediately adjacent 
to the new high-tension transformer station and a 26,400-volt line extended from 
this station and tapped into the main line of the Rideau system about two miles 
from Smiths Falls, thereby making available to the Rideau system a supply of 
power from the Gatineau Power Company. The Rideau Power Company plant 
was rebuilt and power was again supplied by it to the system in June. 

The Commission's generating station at Carleton Place was operated to 
advantage on several occasions during peak-load periods. At Kemptville the 
150-kv-a. transformer was replaced with a 300-kv-a. transformer to meet the 
increasing load demand. At Merrickville metering equipment was installed, 
replacing that which was destroyed by fire in October, 1928. 

The usual routine work in connection with the maintenance of stations 
and equipment was carried out. A considerable amount of line maintenance 



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No. 4 



work was found necessary. About forty miles of poles were charred and treated 
with solignum. In many instances the decay was so far advanced that it was 
necessary to stub the poles. A number of the original 26,000-volt pin-type 
insulators were replaced. 

RIDEAU SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Carleton Place 


642.0 

183.3 

43.9 

660.8 

1,076.8 


749.3 

174.9 

£9.8 

725.2 

1,292.2 


879.9 

217.7 

56.0 

774.8 

1,410.2 




130.6 






42.8 






6.2 


Perth 




49.6 


Smiths Falls 




118.0 









RIDEAU SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICT 






Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Smiths Falls 


May 3,1929 


2.0 


76 




- 74.0 







THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The load on the Thunder Bay system has shown a considerable increase 
for this year over the load carried during the preceding year, the increase in the 
average load amounting to over 46 per cent. Due to the extension of the ground- 
wood section and the placing in service of two large paper machines in the 
Great Lakes Paper Company mill at Fort William, the system load has been 
maintained at a very constant value from July onward. This load is approaching 
the maximum capacity obtainable from the generating plant at Cameron falls. 
The Nipigon Corporation pulp mill at Nipigon has not been operating during 
the year. 

A slight change in the 110,000-volt lines occurred during the year when 
about half a mile of single-circuit steel-tower line leading to the new substation 
of the Great Lakes Paper Company was connected in service, thus permitting 
an equivalent section of wood-pole circuit to the original substation to be removed 
from service 

No new equipment was placed in operating service in the generating station 
or in any of the transformer stations. 

The hydraulic maintenance work on No 4 unit mentioned in last year's 
Report was completed by the end of November, 1928. A new guide bearing 
was fitted to the turbine on No 2 unit, and other slight repairs were made while 
this unit was shut down for mechanical work on the generator during the early 



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33 



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part of 1929. The cast-iron runner of No 6 unit, which showed a relatively 
small amount of pitting or erosion, failed on September 30. The new cast-steel 
runner in stock was installed and the machine again placed in service during the 
evening of October 9. During the time this unit was out of service a certain 
amount of power was obtained from the Kaministiquia Power Company through 
interconnection at Fort William. The governor pumps and water-circulating 
pumps have been overhauled during the year and placed in good operating 
condition. The headgate cables of most of the units required replacement. 

3 H.E. 



34 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

A certain amount of apparent slackness in the guide bearings of the generator 
on No. 2 unit indicated the desirability of dismantling this generator early in 
1929. It was then found advisable to redesign the thrust collar support. The 
shaft of this generator was then removed from the rotor and returned to the 
factory where the shaft was straightened and a new type of thrust collar fitted. 
The unit has been operating very satisfactorily since it was returned to service 
April 23, 1929. 

The 12, 000- volt breakers at Cameron Falls generating station have been 
inspected and overhauled during the year. The failure of a bushing on one of 
the 110,000-volt oil breakers at Cameron falls caused one total interruption to 
all system customers. The only other total interruption was caused by the 
operator clearing the lines manually on account of a very severe system surge 
during a lightning storm. 

The service obtained from the transmission lines during the year was again 
excellent No interruption to any customer resulted from any trouble on the 
main lines from the generating station to Port Arthur, although Fort William 
and the Great Lakes Paper Company, which are supplied by single lines, each 
had one or more interruptions. A considei able number of side guys were added 
to the poles of the wood-pole line during the year and this line is now practically 
completely guyed. Treating of the poles at the ground line was again carried on 
during suitable weather this year, as this treatment gives promise of extending 
the life of the poles. Brush was cut along certain sections of the right-of-way. 

The Port Arthur transformer station has passed another year with no failures 
of major equipment. All oil breakers have been inspected and overhauled. 
Correct operation evidently has been obtained from all relays and associated 
breakers during the year. 

The Fort William transformer station has also operated continuously with 
no failures of equipment. Slight mechanical trouble in one 22,000-volt breaker 
resulted in an interruption to this station, but careful readjustment and frequent 
inspection should prevent recurrence of such trouble. All the breaker equipment 
at this station has been inspected and overhauled. 

The precipitation in the watershed supplying this system has been relatively 
light during the year, and there has been no water spilled (wasted) over the power 
house dam. The heavy load on the system has required a rather heavy flow in 
the river. 

Radio Communication 

The two short-wave experimental radio stations at Cameron falls and 
Toronto have been in service all year, with the exception of January and part of 
February due to lack of an operator at Cameron falls. Communication between 
the two stations was fairly reliable throughout the year except during the 
months of February and March, when atmospheric conditions were very bad. 
In no other month were there more than two days on which satisfactory com- 
munication was not secured. No special maintenance work was required on the 
equipment at either end during the year. The defective armature referred to in 
last year's Report has been repaired, of course, and replaced in operation with 
satisfactory results. Some slight changes have been made in the antenna 
"system at Toronto, which have resulted in increased efficiency of transmission 
of signals. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



GREAT LAKES 
PAPER CO. LTD. 

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PORT ARTHUR (HIGH ST.) 



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HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER FACTOR) 

TRANSFORMER STATIONS 



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DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 



MUNICIPAL STATIONS 
STATIONS & LINES IN SERVICE 
- STATIONS 8, LINES NOT COMMISSIONS PROPERTY. 



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HORSEPOWER 



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THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1929 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 


8,635.0 

48.2 

32,392.7 


10,556.3 

56.2 

27,839.1 


9,966.5 

57.6 

41,863.2 


589.8 




Nipigon Township 


1.4 


Port Arthur 




14,024.1 









OTTAWA SYSTEM 



From an operating point of view, conditions on the Ottawa system have 
been uniformly satisfactory throughout the year. The demand for power both 
in peak and average load has again shown a substantial increase and compares 
very favourably with the increase in previous years. 

Owing to the increasing demand for power in November, 1928, the system 
capacity was augmented by a supply of power from the Gatineau Power Com- 
pany. This power was supplied at 11,000 volts until such time as the new 
110,000-volt station is completed. 

In order to meet the requirements of the Nepean rural power district, the 
three 75-kv-a. transformers at the Carlington distributing station were replaced 
by three 200-kv-a. transformers. 



36 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



HORSEPOWER 

30.000 



25.000 



20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5.000 



HORSEPOWER 
30.000 



25.000 




20.000 



15.000 



10.000 



5.000 





OTTAWA SYSTEM- 


-LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1927-1928-1929 




Municipality 


- 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 




Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 




18,480 


20,241 


22,079 




1,838 









Note. — Nepean rural power district and Richmond included in Ottawa load to the extent 
of 295 horsepower for October, 1927, 282 horsepower for October, 1928, and 375.3 horsepower 
for October, 1929. 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 



During the past fiscal year, the demand for power on the Central Ontario 
and Trent system has again shown the usual annual increase. While the load 
was at all times within the limits of the installed generator capacity, trouble was 
on several occasions experienced due to very poor stream flow conditions which 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



restricted the normal output of several of the generating stations and necessitated 
the purchase of additional power. 



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40.000 



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20,000 



10,000 




CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 
PEAK LOADS 1916 TO 1929 



HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

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30,000 



20.000 



10,000 



The outstanding development of the year was the placing in service of the 
44,000-volt connection to the high-tension transformer station at Smiths Falls 
on November 16, 1928, making available to this system power from the Gatineau 
Power Company. During the months of August and September the Gatineau 
power supply became decidedly more important, due to the very limited stream 
flow in the Trent river, and the original contracted amount of 6,000 horsepower 
had to be increased by increments of 2,000 horsepower until a demand of 12,000 
horsepower was reached by September 12. Load reductions became necessary 
on several occasions in August and September during periods of most serious 
low-flow conditions. These, however, were of comparatively short duration. 

The new telephone circuit from Belleville to Kingston was completed during 
the month of November. This, together with the newly-constructed telephone 
lines which are placed on the power line structures extending between Kingston, 
Smiths Falls and the Gatineau Power Company generating stations on the 



38 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Gatineau river, is of great value in load despatching and system operating. 
A decided improvement to our standard telephone protective equipment has 
been made by replacing the fuses with a low-energy type of relay which is auto- 
matically energized during periods of trouble and grounds both sides of the 
telephone line. Previously, considerable delay and inconvenience was experi- 
enced following power surges owing to the fuses blowing, resulting in some 
instances in extended delays in restoring power supply after an interruption 
to service. 

The new high-tension line extending between Smiths Falls and Kingston, 
while it is now operating at 44,000 volts, was designed and constructed for ulti- 
mate operation at 110,000 volts. This line terminates in the new out-door 
switching station at Kingston, at which point the two systems may be 
synchronized. 

At several of the transformer stations additional transformer capacity was 
added to meet the increasing power demand. The usual work connected with 
the maintenance of stations and buildings was carried out. At several of the 
plants turbines and governors were inspected and defective or damaged parts 
replaced. 

At Sidney, plant No. 2, no extensive maintenance work was necessary. 
A new ball-thrust bearing was installed on the turbine exciter unit, and the 
armature of this machine rewound. The floors of the power house and the 
transformer station were painted. The high-tension oil-breakers were all 
overhauled. 

At Frankford, plant No. 5, the turbines and govenors were all overhauled. 
A number of broken gates had to be replaced in each turbine. The head and 
tail-race gates were scraped and painted. Extensive repairs had to be made to 
the tail-race diversion wall which was dangerously undermined for a considerable 
length. 

At Meyersburg, plant No. 8, all three turbines were unwatered and a 
quantity of driftwood removed from the turbine pits. All high-tension oil- 
breakers were overhauled and painted, two defective 44, 000- volt oil-breaker 
bushings being replaced. The out-door transformers and all the steel structures 
were painted. 

At Hague's Reach, plant No. 9, some trouble was experienced due to a 
large amount of driftwood accumulating in the forebay, and it was found neces- 
sary on three occasions to clean out the forebay and racks. All turbines were 
unwatered and a quantity of driftwood and debris removed from the wheel pits. 
The runner of one turbine was badly eroded, but satisfactory repairs were made 
by welding. The speed ring of the same unit had to be replaced. Special 
pressure-switches were installed on all governors for the purpose of keeping the 
motor-driven pumps in operation after the machines have been cut out, thereby 
maintaining a sufficiently high oil pressure for operating the brakes, which are 
automatically applied. All high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled and one 
defective high-tension bushing was replaced. The out-door oil-breakers, 
transformers and all steel structures were painted. 

It will be recalled from previous issues of this Report that the above two 
plants are of the automatic supervisory remote-controlled type, and it may be 
of interest to state that these plants have operated very satisfactorily. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 



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40_ TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

At Ranney Falls, plant No. 10, one turbine was unwatered on two occasions 
for the purpose of removing driftwood and debris from the wheel-pit. Seven 
broken gate-levers were replaced in the turbine. All high-tension and low-tension 
oil-breakers, the high-tension lightning-arresters, and the two voltage-regulators 
were overhauled. 

At Seymour, plant No. 11, the forebay was unwatered and the racks cleaned. 
All governors were thoroughly overhauled, new connecting links, pins and screws 
being installed on the connections to the fly-balls, new spindles and steel bushings 
installed on the fly-balls, and the fly-ball heads balanced. A broken pedestal 
was replaced on one of the governors. All turbines were unwatered and thoroughly 
inspected. On one turbine it was necessary to rebabbit the lower guide-bearing 
and adjust the centre guide-bearing. All high-tension oil-breakers were over- 
hauled. One of the generators was thoroughly cleaned and painted and a defec- 
tive coil was replaced. The voltage-regulator was overhauled. Trouble was 
experienced with the three old 1,125-kv-a., three-phase transformers, and they 
were replaced with two 3,000-kv-a., three-phase transformers. A new oil-storage 
tank was installed in the basement of the power house. 

At Heely Falls, plant No. 14, two of the turbines were unwatered and 
thoroughly inspected. The turbine glands and gate shafts of one unit were 
repacked. Two of the governors were overhauled and gate-limiting devices were 
added. The voltage- regulator and high- and low- tension oil-breakers were over- 
hauled. One defective coil was replaced in each of two generators. Extensive 
repairs were made to the outside walls of the power house. 

At Auburn, plant No. 18, the forebay was unwatered and the racks cleaned. 
Twelve new stop-logs were framed for use in the dam and a set of the old stop-logs 
reframed for use in the timber slide. All turbines were unwatered and inspection 
showed that a number of gates had to be replaced in each turbine. One turbine 
was thoroughly overhauled, all defective gate arms, links, pins and connecting 
rods being replaced. All the governors were overhauled. One generator failed 
during a severe electrical storm, two defective coils having to be replaced. A 
second generator failed during normal operating conditions and it was found 
that twenty-three defective coils had to be replaced. 

At Auburn switching tower the high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled, 
one defective high-tension bushing being replaced. The out-door steel structure 
and oil-breakers were painted. 

At the Oshawa condenser station a new 5,000-kv-a. synchronous condenser 
and voltage- regulator were installed. 

At Oshawa transformer station one of the 3,000-kv-a. transformers failed in 
service and was returned to the manufacturer for repairs. This transformer, 
following repairs, was again placed in service on September 4. The control-panels 
for the two high-tension oil-breakers were moved from upstairs down into the 
control room. The high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. 

At Kingston transformer station one of the 750-kv-a. transformers was 
replaced on October 20 by a 1,500-kv-a. transformer to meet the increasing load 
demand. The dry-cell tripping-battery was replaced with a 24-volt storage- 
battery with trickle charger. 

At Napanee transformer station one of the 300-kv-a. transformers was 
replaced with a 750-kv-a. transformer. Reactors were installed in the secondaries 
of the other two 300-kv-a. transformers to insure the proper distribution of load. 
A 24-volt storage-battery with trickle charger was installed. The high-tension 
lightning-arresters were overhauled. 



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The upper graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Oton a bee watershed 
expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal returns of the Metero logical Service for 
Peterboro, Lindsay, Bancroft and Haliburton. 

Although the numerical values differ from month to month the normal precipitation is taken 
as 100 per cent., hence the solidly hatched areas represent the amount by which the precipitation 
exceeded the average while the dotted hatched area represents in a similar manner the deficiencies. 

The lower graph shows the actual and the normal precipitation in inches of rain. 



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No. 4 








PLATE B I— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
December 22, 1928, to June 21, 1929 
GRAPH No. 1— System average weekly load in kilowatts. 

GRAPH No. 1a— Weekly average kilowatts supplied by plants on Trent river, including purchased 
power, but excluding power obtained from the Gatineau Power Co. 

GRAPH No. 2— Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all dams. This equals the weekly 
average system load plus the power equivalent of the weekly average wastage of water at all plants 
from which the Commission derives its regular supply. The wastage is shown by the dotted hatched 
area between graphs 2 and 1. 

(Description continued on opposite page.) 



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June 21, 1929, to December 29, 1929 
GRAPH No. 3— Average daily wastage at all plants expressed in kilowatts. In the weekly aggre- 
gate the area under this graph equals the wastage, represented by the hatched area between graphs 2 
and 1 and shows the daily distribution on this weekly wastage. 
GRAPH No. 4— Average daily power purchased in kilowatts. 
GRAPH No. 5— Midnight elevation of Rice Lake. 
GRAPH No. 6— Midnight elevation of Heely-Hastings reach. 



44 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

At Belleville switching station one of the old rotor-type disconnecting switches 
was replaced by a new double-break disconnecting-switch. New control-cables 
were installed between the switchboard and the high-tension bus-structure. 
Synchronizing equipment was installed. Ammeters were installed on the Belleville 
tap. All the high-tension oil-breakers were thoroughly overhauled. 

At Port Hope switching station the dry-cell battery was replaced by a 
storage-battery and trickle charger. On three of the high-tension lines direc- 
tional residual-type relays were added. On the fourth high-tension line the 
induction-type overload relays were replaced by unidirectional relays. A third 
44,000-volt potential transformer was installed. All high-tension oil-breakers 
were overhauled. 

At Newcastle transformer station the 100-kv-a., single-phase transformer 
was replaced with a 300k-v-a., three-phase transformer. The station was 
changed over to three-phase, 44,000 volts on the high-tension side and 4,160 
volts on the low-tension side. An additional feeder-panel complete with metering 
equipment was added. 

At Picton transformer station, one of the 300-kv-a. transformers was replaced 
with a 750-kv-a. transformer. A reactor was installed in the secondaries of the 
remaining 300-kv-a. transformer. 

At Port Hope transformer station the 300-kv-a. transformer was replaced 
by a 750-kv-a. transformer. The station was changed over from 2,400 volts 
delta to 4,160 volts star. Extensive repairs were made to the low-tension 
equipment following a burn-out behind the switchboard. The 44,000-volt series 
mechanical trip-relays were removed and a 24-volt trip-coil was installed and 
connected to operate from the transformer relays. The tripping potential on 
the transformer and feeder relays was changed from 110 volts alternating current 
to 24 volts direct current. The high-tension oil-breaker and the high-tension 
lightning-arresters were overhauled. 

At Whitby municipal station a second 750-kv-a. transformer was installed. 

At Cobourg an out-door, 300-kv-a. transformer station was built to supply 
power for the Cobourg rural power district. 

At Norwood a second 300-kv-a. transformer was added to meet the 
increasing load demand. 

A temporary 750-kv-a. transformer station was built near the Canada 
Cement Company plant at Lakefield to supply power to this company. 

At Lehigh transformer station the high-tension oil-breakers and high- 
tension lightning-arresters were overhauled. Extensive repairs were made to 
the station roof. 

At Marmora transformer station a second 50-kv-a. transformer was installed. 

At Lindsay transformer station one of the 750-kv-a. transformers failed in 
service and had to be completely rewound. A second 750-kv-a. transformer failed 
in service and the defective coils on one leg were replaced. A new water-cooling 
coil was also installed in this transformer. 

An extensive programme of line maintenance was carried out during the 
year. Preservation of pole butts was actively carried out, 4,300 poles being 
charred at the ground line and then treated with solignum. A considerable 
number of poles were stubbed on the different line sections. During the year 
23,500 pin-type insulators were inspected, 1,200 found defective being replaced; 
4,300 suspension-type insulators were inspected and 450 defective units were 
replaced. 

Due to the very heavy rains in the spring and early summer, followed by 
high wind storms, a large amount of work was necessary to straighten leaning 



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poles at different points on the system. The usual amount of tree-trimming 
was done. 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop has again been very active 
throughout the year. General repair and production work has been carried out 
for local systems, private companies and the various sections of the Operating 
department. Assistance has been rendered throughout the year to various 
municipalities in connection with technical problems in the field. 



Load and Water Conditions, Trent River Watershed 

Following several years when water conditions were on the whole more 
favourable than usual, the latter part of the summer of 1929 shows a decided 
change, as will be observed from the precipitation graph, Plate A. During the 
winter months a comparatively heavy snowfall had accumulated, which remained 
without being reduced by thaws until late in March. Mild weather early in 
April, accompanied by rainfall in excess of twice normal, caused a heavy freshet 
flow in this month which practically equalled the record flows in the spring 
freshets of the years 1922 and 1928. Rainfall remained above normal until the 
month of June, when it fell to about 35 per cent of normal. Heavy rainfall in 
the early part of July raised the total for this month to above normal. These 
heavy rains, however, came at a time when the storage was about at a maximum 
and consequently ran off and were of no great benefit. During the latter part 
of the month of July and the months of August and September, precipitation 
was considerably below normal. This low precipitation, together with increased 
evaporation, created a condition decidedly unfavourable for power development. 

Due to the above causes, the supply of power available from the generating 
stations on the Trent river became inadequate and it was necessary to purchase 
additional power from the Gatineau Power Company to meet the demand. 

It might be added that during the month of December, 1928, trouble was 
experienced at several of the generating stations due to severe frazil and anchor 
ice. No serious load reductions were necessary on this account. 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 

1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Belleville 


3,071.8 
139.4 

1,538.0 
210.0 

1,204.8 

141.0 
210.0 
222.0 
3,963.8 
151.6 

1,474.5 

149.4 

96.5 

62.7 

858.0 


3,121.1 
114.6 

1,792.2 
242.6 

1,267.7 

152.4 
164.9 
250.6 
3,912.5 
182.9 

1,678.3 

135.0 

92.7 

64.3 

931.7 


3,551.5 
101.2 

1,724.4 
265.4 

1,361.7 

168.9 
152.8 
220.9 
4,221.8 
192.3 

1,522.7 

142.6 

86.6 

68.6 

957.5 




430.4 


Bloomfield 


13.4 
67.8 




Bowmanville 




Brighton 


22.8 


Cobourg 




94.0 


Colborne 




16.5 


Deseronto 


12.1 
29.7 




Havelock 




Kingston 


309.3 


Lakefield 


155.6 


9.4 


Lindsay 




Madoc 


7.6 


Marmora 


6.1 




Millbrook 


4.3 


Napanee 


25.8 



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No. 4 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 

1927-1928-1929— Continued 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Municipality 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Newburg 


332.4 
74.9 

147.5 
56.0 
53.3 

6,933.0 

5,467.8 

640.7 

752.0 

253.0 

1,654.8 

182.0 

53.6 

146.1 

860.6 


396.8 
71.1 

124.8 
50.1 

47.3 

8,659.5 
6,097.0 

737.2 
1,112.6 

261.4 

1,906.9 

209.1 

54.9 

133.8 

1,008.8 


236.0 
72.9 

142.5 
72.9 

165.7 

8,880.7 
6,271.0 

892.7 
1,207.7 

282.8 

2,610.6 

214.5 

57.6 

144.0 

958.5 


160.8 




Newcastle 


1.8 


Horwood 




17 7 


Omemee 




22.8 


Orono 




118.4 


Oshawa 




221 2 


Peterborough 




174 


Picton 




155 5 


Port Hope 


95.1 


Stirling 


21.4 


Trenton 




703.7 


Tweed 




5.4 


Warkworth 


2.7 


Wellington 


10.2 


Whitby 


42.3 





CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICTS, 

1927-1928-1929 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Rural power district 


Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Belleville 


85.0 
5.0 
50.9 
11.0 
34.8 

36.2 


159.4 

4.0 

56.3 

24.5 

45.1 

39.2 

1.0 

2.0 

12.5 

324.5 

359.4 
97.0 
24.1 
10.0 
11.3 


170.4 
4.9 

54.7 
110.1 

44.2 

51.6 

1.0 

5.0 

14.5 

397.4 

424.7 

127.3 

22.8 

10.0 

16.0 




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Bowmanville 




0.9 


Campbellford 


1.6 




Cobourg 


85 6 


Colborne 


0.9 




Kingston 


12.4 


Lakefield 






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3.0 


Newcastle 


5.0 
233.0 

155.5 

115.6 

12.0 

10.0 


2.0 


Oshawa 




72.9 


Peterborough 




65.3 


Pickering 




30.3 


Port Hope 


1.3 




Trenton 




Wellington 




4.7 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct., 1929 


Decrease 


Increase 


Norwood 


Jan. 1, 1929 
Nov. 1,1928 


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1.0 


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AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1929 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



NIPISSING SYSTEM 



Both the peak and average loads on this system show an increase over last 
year amounting to ten per cent, on the year's peak load and to twelve per cent 
on the average load. 

The new switching structure at North Bay was completed in November, 
1928, giving North Bay the benefit of a double-circuit line from junction No. Z52 
to No. Z4, North Bay substation. In December the 22, 000- volt line connecting 
No. 1 station (Z4) with No. 2 station (Z9) in North Bay was made alive and the 
first transformer bank was tested out for service. In January the 750-kv-a. 
bank was removed from Z4 to Z9 and paralleled. The No. Z4 station at North 
Bay has now the original three 450-kv-a., single-phase transformers, and the 
No. Z9 station has two three-phase transformers of 750 kv-a. each. The No. 1 
bank at No. Z9 station was formerly in service at Hanover station on the Georgian 
Bay system. 

Floods were severe on the South river during the spring of 1929 but extra 
precautions had been taken at the generating stations so that water was pre- 
vented from entering the plants and doing damage to equipment, as happened 
in the previous year when excessive flooding also occurred on the river. 

Owing to the dry summer season and the heavy loads, the storage water 
was largely depleted by the middle of September. Arrangements were made to 
have the new generating station at Elliott Chute in service as soon as possible, 
to conserve water and help carry the peak loads, the plant being put in operation 
on manual control October 7, 1929. This plant has an 1,800-kv-a. generator and 



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will be a semi-automatic, remote-controlled plant. When completed it will be 
controlled from Bingham Chute plant, which is situated about a mile further 
down-stream. 

A large amount of work was carried out on the storage dams as part of a 
maintenance and renewal programme extending over a number of years. 



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Oct., 1927 



Oct., 1928 Oct., 1929 



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1928-1929 



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103.0 



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2,721.2 

70.8 



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Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1928-1929 


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Oct., 1927 


Oct., 1928 


Oct., 1929 


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HYDROELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 

OF ONTARIO 



50 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



MADAWASKA SYSTEM 

The operation of the Madawaska system was taken over by the Commission 
on June 29, 1929. An inspection of the stations and lines has been made by the 
Commission's engineers and operating procedure is being gradually brought 
into accordance with the Commission's practice on other systems. Service has 
been satisfactorily maintained and no noteworthy changes have occurred. 

EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH- VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION LINES 

The outstanding development of the year affecting the Central Ontario and 
Trent, the St. Lawrence, the Rideau and the Ottawa systems, was the placing 
in service in eastern Ontario of a network of high-voltage lines and stations. 
These transmission lines serve as interconnecting links whereby 60-cycle power 
purchased from the Gatineau Power Company is transmitted to the Rideau, 
the Central Ontario and Trent, the St. Lawrence and the Ottawa systems, and 
whereby surplus and emergency power may be transferred from any one of 
these systems to another. 

A line extending from the inter-provincial boundary near Ottawa to Smiths 
Falls supplies power to the new transformer station at 110,000 volts. Two lines 
are connected to the 44,000-volt bus at this station, one extending to Kingston 
and terminating in the new switching station for supplying power to the Central 
Ontario and Trent system, the other extending to a point near Brockville where 
it is tapped into the network of lines supplying power to the St. Lawrence 
system. The power supply for the Rideau system is taken from the 4, 160- volt 
bus of the Smiths Falls transformer station and stepped up to 26,400 volts, by 
means of a temporary transformer station which was built on the same property. 
A 26,400-volt line was extended from this temporary station and tapped into 
the main Rideau system line about two miles from Smiths Falls. As a temporary 
expedient the power supplied to the Ottawa system is fed at 1 1 ,000 volts direct 
from the Gatineau Power Company until such time as the new 110,000-volt 
transformer station in Ottawa is completed. 

The new high-tension transformer station at Smiths Falls has a transformer 
capacity of 15,000 kv-a. The transformers have three windings, i.e., primary 
1 1 0,000 volts, secondary 44,000 volts and tertiary 4, 1 60 volts. Voltage regulation 
under load is accomplished by means of a specially designed regulating trans- 
former which has a range of ten per cent buck or boost, with four steps in either 
direction. 

The supply of Gatineau power over the high- voltage network in eastern 
Ontario has played a very important part in the successful operation of the 
above-mentioned four systems during the year. Following a very dry summer, 
water conditions became very unfavourable for power development on both 
the Central Ontario and Trent and the Rideau systems. The contract with the 
Gatineau Power Company provided for the definite delivery of 6,000 horsepower 
to October 1, with provisions for ordering additional power if required. Owing 
to the water conditions, additional power was ordered during the summer in 
blocks of 2,000 horsepower until the total contracted demand became 12,000 
horsepower by September. The following are the peak-load demands of the 



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51 



various systems on the Gatineau supply: Central Ontario and Trent system, 
11,595 horsepower; St. Lawrence system, 4,290 horsepower; Ottawa system, 
2,079 horsepower; Rideau system, 1,126 horsepower. These figures, of course, 
represent peaks occurring at different times, the combined total at any one time 
not exceeding the contract amount of 12,000 horsepower. 



WAHNAPITAE DISTRICT 

While control of the Wahnapitae Power Company was acquired by the 
Commission during the year, the company has continued as a joint stock company 
pending further arrangements, the same operating staff as formerly being retained. 
Service to Sudbury and other power customers in that locality has been continued 
but there has been nothing of special note to include in this year's annual report. 



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OF ONTARIO 



52 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity in connection with the 
operation of the "Hydro" utilities of the various municipalities with which it 
has contracts. In this connection the Commission arranges for the purchase, 
construction or extension of distribution systems and assists the municipal 
officials in making their financial arrangements to pay for the cost of these 
systems. All rate adjustments, as provided under The Power Commission Act, 
are recommended by the Commission, and a study of the operating conditions 
of all utilities is made annually and adjustments recommended accordingly. 
The Commission generally supervises the management and operation of all 
systems, more especially in the smaller municipalities, which, individually, are 
not of sufficient size to employ a manager with the technical knowledge necessary 
to administer properly all phases of the local system's operation. 

In the case of the rural power districts, the Commission itself — on behalf 
of the corporations of the individual townships — operates the rural power 
systems, and distributes electrical energy to the customers of the respective 
corporations in any such rural power district. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

The power demands in the Niagara system showed a consistent growth 
during the year and the Commission has continued to add additional lines and 
capacity to take care of the ever-increasing loads of the municipalities. A tenth 
unit was purchased during the year for the Queenston plant. To take care of 
the rapid load growth in the western portion of the Niagara system, a 11 0,000- volt 
line was constructed from Niagara Falls to St. Thomas, following an almost 
direct route. 

To take care of additional load from the Gatineau Power Company under 
the Commission's contract with it, an additional 112 miles of single-circuit 
220,000-volt line was completed during the year from Toronto east. This is 
approximately one-half of the second circuit which will be completed during 
the coming year between Toronto and the Ottawa river. 

The special contracts for interruptible power which the Commission has 
been able to arrange with various large power customers located close to Niagara 
Falls have been of substantial benefit to the system. By operating the Queenston- 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 53 

Chippawa plant — the most efficient of the three plants owned by the Commission 
— at full capacity as much of the time as possible, the Commission is able to 
obtain from the available water supply a maximum amount of power. After 
taking care of the full requirements of the Niagara system operating at its greatest 
capacity, the Commission still has available a substantial block of power for 
sale under terms which permit its being interrupted during the maximum winter 
peak period, or whenever required, for use in Ontario. 

The Commission has during the year sold substantial quantities of off-peak 
power to companies in the United States under arrangements which permit its 
withdrawal when required by Canadian industries. 

General engineering assistance was given during the year to practically all 
of the municipalities in the Niagara system, by a general supervision of manage- 
ment and operation, and also in connection with the construction and extension 
of distribution systems and stations. Certain municipalities received special 
engineering advice and assistance regarding a number of matters, which are 
more fully referred to as follows: 

Ayr — The local Commission, by resolution, requested on September 1st 
that the operation of its system be transferred to the Brant rural power district 
with respect to operation, maintenance, billing and collecting. 

Beachville — The maintenance of the local distribution system was taken 
care of during the latter part of the year by the Commission at the request of 
the local Trustee Board. 

Brantford Township — The local Commission, by resolution, requested on 
September 1 that the operation of its system be transferred to the Brant rural 
power district with respect to operation, maintenance, billing and collecting. 

Burgessville — In accordance with a resolution of the Trustee Board, the 
operation and the maintenance of the distribution system were taken care of by 
the Commission, through the Norwich rural power district field staff. 

Chatham — Underground cables were installed and the capacity of the 
municipal step-down station was increased to take care of the utility's present 
load conditions. 

Courtright — The distribution system in Courtright was remodelled to 
supply an electrically operated pump in the waterworks plant. Also, the 4,000- 
volt line and the metering equipment which supplies power to Courtright were 
changed to three-phase. 

Dashwood — At the request of the local Trustee Board, operation and 
maintenance were taken care of by the Commission's Exeter rural power district 
staff. 

Dorchester — Plans and estimates were completed for a joint pole agreement 
with a local telephone company. The work in the field was carried out by the 
Commission's staff which opeiates the Dorchester rural power district. Under 
the new arrangement the appearance of the village is greatly improved, and 
better service is given to the consumers. 

Drumbo — On September the first, at the request of the local Trustee 
Board, operation and maintenance were taken care of by the Commission's Brant 
rural power district staff. 



54 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Erieau — At the request of the village Council, the operation and main- 
tenance of the local electrical distribution system were taken care of by the 
Commission, the work in the field being taken care of by their rural power 
district staff. Plans were completed to change to three-phase, the 4,000-volt 
line supplying the village, and to make additions and extensions to the village 
system to supply power to a large coal dock. 

Essex County — A contract was made for a supply of 300 horsepower at 
26,400 volts to a company supplying gas in this district. This power is to operate 
an artificial gas plant located a short distance southwest of the limits of the 
city of Windsor, and is to be used during the time of heavy demand on the 
natural gas supply, and to take care of any emergency which might arise. The 
Commission's engineers designed and superintended the construction of the 
company's substation. 

Gait — A rearrangement of the 550-volt distribution system throughout the 
city was planned and advice was given regarding substation transformers to 
supply power at 550 volts for all industries. 

Leamington — A supply of approximately 400 horsepower was given to a 
large factory in the town which formerly generated all its own power from steam. 

Lucan — Plans and estimates were completed for the overhauling of the 
distribution system. The distribution line work was carried out by the Com- 
mission's staff which operates the London and Lucan rural power districts. 

Merlin — At the request of the Police Trustee Board, the operation and 
maintenance of the village system were taken care of by the Commission, and 
operated by the rural power district field staff. The distribution system was 
changed from 4,000 to 8,000 volts to receive power from the new 26,400/8,000- 
volt distributing station constructed in Merlin. 

New Toronto — To provide for the increasing loads, the greater portion of 
the primary distribution system was changed from 2,300 to 4,000 volts and 
additional primary feeders were erected. 

Otterville — The operation and the maintenance of the electrical distribu- 
tion system were taken care of by the Commission through the Norwich rural 
power district staff, in accordance with a request of the Trustee Board. 

Petrolia — Tests were carried out by engineers of the Commission on the 
installation of a second electrically operated pump (750 imperial gallons per 
minute at 300-foot head, driven by a 100 horsepower, 550-volt motor) in the 
Petrolia waterworks plant. 

Port Colborne — Plans were prepared for new cable crossings under the 
Welland ship canal. 

Sandwich — Plans were made for the power supply to the Ambassador 
suspension bridge connecting the town of Sandwich with the city of Detroit. 
The downstream side of this bridge for its entire length will be lighted by electric 
energy from the Sandwich Hydro-Electric system, a series lighting system being 
installed. 

Scarborough Township — A new station was erected for the purpose of 
supplying this township. Very extensive alterations and additions were made 
in the 4,000-volt distribution system on account of supplying the power from a 
different location and because of an increase in the general load. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 53 

Springfield — The maintenance of the distribution system during the year 
was taken care of by the Aylmer rural power district staff. 

Stratford — Plans were prepared for the remodelling of the local substation 
for the purpose of installing larger equipment to take care of increasing loads. 

Strathroy — The 4,000-volt distribution system was rebuilt in order to 
improve the local service. 

Tavistock — Plans covering changes in the distribution system were for- 
warded to the municipality and the work was taken care of under the supervision 
of the Commission's engineers. 

Thorndale — The operation and the maintenance of the local distribution 
system were taken care of by the Commission, at the request of the local Trustee 
Board. 

Trafalgar Township — A distribution system owned jointly by the cus- 
tomers supplied was absorbed into Area No. 2, comprising the southwesterly 
section of the township. This system was partially rebuilt and considerable 
extensions were made to it. 

Walkerville — Additional 4,000-volt feeders were installed to supply power 
to two large automotive companies, and to serve as a tie line between Walker- 
ville's new substation in the southern part of the town. 

Woodstock — A new 1,500-kv-a. step-down substation was constructed in 
the southwest section of the city. A study was made of the operating char- 
acteristics of the local system in order to determine the desirability of completing 
the 13, 200- volt ring bus connecting the five municipal step-down stations by 
the installation of air-break switches, etc. 

York North Township — New primary lines for feeding the westerly 
section of the township from a new station erected north of Weston have been 
constructed. 

Zurich — The operation and the maintenance of the local system during the 
year were taken care of by the Commission, at the request of the local Trustee 
Board. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The demand for power on this system has manifested a steady growth 
throughout the year, in consequence of which the output of the new 2,300 horse- 
power development at Trethewey Falls, which was completed and placed in 
operation during the year, has all been taken up. The Muskoka developments 
were tied in with the Wasdells development on the Severn river by a connecting 
transmission line, during the year, and the 22,000-volt transmission line was 
extended to Uxbridge and Port Perry to give improved service at the south end 
of the Wasdells district. 

In order to provide for the present and future requirements of the Eugenia 
district — the demand for power in that area having grown beyond the capacity 
of the Eugenia development — the Commission has made arrangements for 



56 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

constructing a 110, 000- volt line from Kitchener (in the Niagara system) to 
Hanover and for the installation of a 5,000 kv-a. frequency-changer set at Han- 
over. It has also installed a synchronous condenser and auto-transformers at 
the Eugenia development to facilitate the transfer of larger blocks of power from 
the Severn and Muskoka developments to the Eugenia district. The Commission 
has also completed the purchase of two power sites on the Saugeen river at 
Maple Hill and Hanover. 

Arrangements were made to proceed with the construction of a 12,000- 
horsepower development on the Musquash river at Ragged rapids and work was 
commenced on a tie transmission line between this development and Big Chute 
generating station. 

The property of the Bala Electric Light Company serving the towns of 
Bala, Port Carling, and the adjacent area was purchased from the Burgess 
estate during the year. This gave the Commission complete control of all the 
power sites on the Musquash river. This system, together with the generating 
plants at Bala, will eventually be merged into and form a part of the Georgian 
Bay system. Arrangements were made for extending the transmission line on 
the north end of Eugenia development to the town of Southampton. This 
extension was placed under construction during the month of September. 

The meeting of the Eugenia system municipalities (consisting of all the 
municipalities in the Eugenia division) was held this year at the Eugenia park, 
the delegates being guests of the Commission. The occasion afforded an excellent 
opportunity for the inspection of the Eugenia development by representatives 
from the towns receiving electrical energy from it. 

General engineering assistance and advice concerning the management and 
operation of the various local distribution systems, the application of rates, and 
information to power and lighting consumers, was rendered to practically all 
municipalities. 

Engineering advice of a special nature in connection with the matters referred 
to was given to the following municipalities : 

Chesley — A complete survey was made of the Chesley distribution system 
with respect to changes necessary to provide for increasing demands for electrical 
energy, involving transformer changes and the installation of additional trans- 
formers and primary and secondary conductor. Arrangements were made for 
organizing a construction gang to complete this work. 

Gravenhurst — A complete new ornamental street-lighting system was 
designed and constructed for the municipality. All poles and lines, including 
those of the Bell Telephone Company, were removed from the main street in the 
business area and the secondary mains were placed on the buildings on each side 
of the street by secondary rack construction. 

Kincardine— A complete survey of the distribution system in this munici- 
pality was made by the Commission's engineers and recommendations were made 
with respect to transformer and primary and secondary line changes necessary to 
provide for improved service. 

Lucknow — A complete survey was made of the distribution system in this 
municipality and recommendations were made covering changes in transformers 
and primary and secondary lines necessary to provide for improved service. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 57 



Orangeville — A complete new ornamental street-lighting system was 
designed for the business section on the main street of the town. Material was 
purchased and arrangements were completed for proceeding with construction 
work early next year. 

Port Perry — Arrangements were completed for constructing a substation in 
this municipality to serve the distribution system from a new 2 2, 000- volt trans- 
mission line, replacing the 4, 000- volt service at present obtained from the Green- 
bank substation. 

Southampton — Both enabling and money by-laws were passed by this 
municipality during the year covering the execution of a contract with the 
Commission for electrical service. An investigation was made covering the cost 
of constructing a new distribution system and assistance was given to the local 
officials in submitting information to the ratepayers concerning hydro-electric 
service. 

Uxbridge — Arrangements were completed for constructing a new substation 
in this municipality to be served from a new 22,000-volt transmission line 
superseding the 4,000-volt service formerly obtained from the Greenbank 
substation. 

Walkerton — A valuation was made of the private company's distribution 
system and an estimate prepared covering the cost of constructing a new dis- 
tribution system in the municipality in connection with hydro-electric service. 
Information was given to the local officials in connection with these matters. 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

During the year the demand for electrical energy for industrial power, in 
one municipality decreased owing to woodworking factories discountinuing 
operations, and in two other municipalities, factories manufacturing milk pro- 
ducts, made changes in the process of manufacture whereby the uses of electrical 
energy were curtailed. There has been an increase in use, in all municipalities, 
for electrical energy for domestic purposes. 

A system customer in Cornwall township made extensive additions and 
alterations to his plant, and when the contract for 5,000 horsepower expired in 
June a new contract was completed for a demand up to 10,000 horsepower. 

Cardinal — The village of Cardinal completed negotiations during the year 
for a supply of power. This municipality will be supplied at 4,000 volts, three- 
phase, from a substation erected in the municipality. 



RIDEAU SYSTEM 

Growth of load in the municipalities served by the Rideau system has 
required an increase in station transformer capacity at Perth and Kemptville, 
and arrangements are being made to add additional transformer capacity at 
Carleton Place. 



58 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Power has been supplied from the High Falls plant, from the plant at Carle- 
ton Place, from the Gatineau Power Company through the transformer station 
at Smiths Falls, and also from the Rideau Power Company's plant at Merrick- 
ville which was rebuilt during the year, following a fire in 1928. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

During the year the loads in the various municipalities comprising this 
system equalled the generating capacity at the Cameron Falls generating station. 
The Cameron Falls development was placed in operation in December, 1920, 
with a demand approximating 7,000 horsepower and in less than nine years the 
full capacity of the development has been taken up, a demand of 77,000 horse- 
power having been established during the month of September. The construc- 
tion of the new Alexander development on the Nipigon river was continued 
during the year and will probably be placed in operation at the end of the year 
1930. When completed, it will have a capacity of 54,000 horsepower. Arrange- 
ments were made for constructing a third transmission circuit between Cameron 
Falls and the Bare Point substation at Port Arthur. 

A large pulp and paper company in Fort William doubled its demand for 
power, having completed a large extension to its mill. It established a demand 
of 24,000 horsepower. The load sold in Port Arthur during the year was 7,382 
horsepower greater than during the previous year and the total increase in load 
sold on the Thunder Bay system for the current year was 14,409 horsepower 
greater than last year. 

Engineering assistance with respect to the operation and management of 
the local distribution systems and the application of rates was given during the 
year to the municipalities of Fort William, Port Arthur and Nipigon village, 
which comprise the municipalities served by the Thunder Bay system. 

OTTAWA SYSTEM 

The Ottawa system is supplied with power under a contract which was 
originally with the Ottawa and Hull Power Company, now incorporated in the 
Gatineau Power Company's system. This contract provides for supplying up 
to 20,000 h.p. at 11,000 volts. Arrangements were made with the Gatineau 
Power Company for additional power during the period of constructing a new 
transformer station. This new station will supply power to the Ottawa system 
from the 110,000-volt line, under a contract with the Gatineau Power Company. 
The Ottawa Hydro is erecting at the same point a low-tension switching station. 

CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 

During the year 1929 active steps were taken to place this system on the 
same basis as the other systems of the Commission. Negotiations were carried 
on with practically all the municipalities not owning their local distribution 
systems, with a view to the sale of the local systems to the respective munici- 
palities. When this sale has been completed, it is proposed to have the title to 
the generating and transmission system vested in the Commission, in the same 
manner as in all the other systems. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 59 

The growth of load on this system has been satisfactory and the additional 
power required has been supplied over the connection through Kingston and 
Smiths Falls from the Gatineau Power Company. This supply of power has 
protected the system's customers from a serious shortage of power, due to low 
water on the Trent river and its tributaries. 

Belleville — The local distribution system, formerly owned by the Govern- 
ment and operated by the Commission, has now been purchased by the munici- 
pality and will be operated by the Commission until the local Hydro-Electric 
Commission takes office, after the next municipal elections. 

Bowmanville — A new feeder was installed in Bowmanville substation to 
take care of increased demand for power. 

Cobouig — A number of water mains in the Cobourg waterworks system 
have been renewed where the corporation is paving the streets. The installation 
of two new filters has been authorized for the pumping plant. 

Deseronto — Engineering assistance was given to the corporation in connec- 
tion with its waterworks system and a new electrically driven pump was installed 
under the supervision of the Commission. 

Hastings — A report is in preparation on the supply of power to Hastings 
for local distribution. 

Kingston — The Public Utilities Commission has made extensions to the 
white-way street-lighting system on Princess street and in other sections of the 
city. Arrangements have been completed for installing a new feeder switchboard 
at the substation. 

Lindsay — The Corporation of Lindsay completed the purchase of the local 
distribution system last year and has been very successful in the operation of it. 

Napanee — A 750-kv-a. transformer has been installed to replace a 300-kv-a. 
in the Napanee substation, in order to provide for the growth of load in Napanee 
and the surrounding district. 

Norwood — An additional 300-kv.-a. transformer has been installed in 
Norwood substation to provide for the growth in load in Norwood and Havelock. 

Oshawa — The city of Oshawa completed negotiations during the year for 
the purchase of the local electric and gas utilities owned by the Government and 
operated by the Commission. 

Peterborough — The city of Peterborough has purchased the local gas 
plant, formerly owned by the Ontario Government and operated by the Com- 
mission. It is proposed to install an additional 3,000-kv.-a transformer in the 
Peterborough municipal substation to provide for increased load. 

Picton — To provide substation capacity to meet the growth in domestic 
appliances, the transformer equipment was increased from 600 kv-a. to 1,050 
kv-a. 

Port Hope — The voltage of the local distribution system was changed 
from 2,400 volts delta to 4,160 volts "Y" in order to improve the voltage regula- 
tion and to take care of increased load. 



60 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Trenton — The Trenton street-lighting system is being changed from a 
series system to a multiple system. The Trent Cotton Company has contracted 
for power and is being served at 6,600 volts. 

Whitby — The municipality of Whitby is installing a second 750-kv-a. 
transformer in its substation to take care of the increase in load at Whitby and 
in the Pickering rural power district. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

Due to the growth of load and the increasing demand for power, especially 
in the city of North Bay, a new development at Elliott Chute on the South river 
was constructed and placed in operation during the year, increasing the generating 
plant capacity of the system by 1,800 horsepower. 

MADAWASKA SYSTEM 

During the year, the Commission purchased the electrical properties supply- 
ing the towns of Arnprior and Renfrew and the surrounding district, formerly 
owned and controlled by Mr. M. J. O'Brien. These properties consist of: 

1. The Galetta Electric Light Company, the stock of which was purchased 
by the Commission. This Company serves the town of Arnprior and numerous 
villages and hamlets in this vicinity, from a development on the Mississippi river 
at Galetta. 

2. The Calabogie Power Company on the Madawaska river, together with 
interconnecting transmission lines to the Galetta Company's property and to 
Renfrew. These properties were acquired from Mr. M. J. O'Brien and the pur- 
chase included a number of important power sites on the Madawaska river which 
will be available for future power requirements of the Commission. 

NEW ONTARIO DISTRICT 

Engineering advice and information concerning electrical service was given 
to various municipalities in the northern part of the Province, especially to the 
city of Sault Ste. Marie and the towns of Chelmsford, Rainy River, Capreol, 
and Sioux Lookout. The construction of a development was undertaken at 
Ear Falls on the English river for the purpose of supplying power to mining, 
paper and other companies, and 2,000 horsepower has already been contracted 
for. This development will also be used in future for serving the town of Sioux 
Lookout, and possibly for the pulp and paper industry. A survey was made of 
the present and future mining loads in the vicinity of Sudbury and adjacent to 
the territory known as the Sudbury basin, and an investigation was carried on 
covering future developments on the French, Ottawa, Mississagi and other rivers 
as well as the possibility of bringing power into the district from developments on 
the Hudson Bay watershed. The Commission purchased the majority stock of 
the Wahnapitae Power Company and is now operating its developments and 
transmission lines which serve the town of Sudbury and several mining corpora- 
tions in the district. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 61 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
A farm home in Ontario using "Hydro" service 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 



The history of the application of mechanical power to agriculture is largely 
a record of individual effort. In Ontario, windmills have chiefly been used for 
pumping water and, since pioneer days, small waterpowers have been harnessed 
and used for sawing wood, grinding grain and similar processes. More recently, 
gasolene and oil engines have in some cases been utilized both for the operation 
of equipment on the individual farm and for the operation of the larger portable 
equipment which serves the rural community generally. The application of 
mechanical power to farming operations is therefore no novelty in Ontario and 
there is a growing appreciation of its importance as a contributing factor to 
successful farming. 

Farm electrical service as given by the "Hydro", however, is much more than 
an aid to certain operations about the farm. It is a service that, in addition, 
adds the conveniences of the city dwelling to the attractiveness of the farm home, 
and more than any other agency can contribute to the maintenance of a satis- 
factory standard of living which will attract and hold the younger generation. 
The rural population has therefore welcomed with enthusiasm the possibility of 
obtaining the combination of lighting service with that of a most flexible form of 
power. The great networks of transmission lines which serve urban municipalities 
have constituted an opportunity and afforded a base from which rural primary 
lines may economically be extended over wide areas of the more closely settled 
parts of rural Ontario. The growth in mileage of rural lines during recent years 
has been phenomenal, and the farmers of Ontario are taking advantage of the 
service as fast as lines can be built to supply them. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make a 
distribution of electrical energy as widespread as possible, and to extend to every 
community that can economically be reached by transmission lines the benefit 
of electrical service. In harmony with this policy, the supplying of electrical 
service to rural districts has been undertaken according to a comprehensive and 
carefully thought-out programme. For the purpose of electrical service in rural 
Ontario, rural power districts are formed in the most closely settled portions of 
the Province traversed by transmission lines. A typical rural power district 



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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 




RURAL ELECTRICAL 
A farm home near Waterloo. 



covers about 100 square miles. Its boundaries are not arbitrary geographical 
limits — such as define, for example, the areas of townships — but depend rather 
upon the economic distances which may be served from a distribution centre of 
city, town or village. It should be appreciated that without such transmission 
networks as have been constructed to serve the cities and towns of the Province, 
any extensive rural electrification would be economically impracticable. 

The experience gained by the Commission and the improvements in tech- 
nique, enable electrical service to be given to rural districts when there can be 
secured three signed farm contracts, or their equivalent, per mile of line to be 
constructed. 

The assistance given by the Province to farmers and rural residents in the 
form of a grant toward the capital cost of supplying electrical service is being 
made to the maximum amount provided for by the Rural Hydro-Electric Distri- 
bution Act, namely, 50 per cent of the cost of lines and secondary equipment. 

This assistance is in pursuance of a long-established governmental policy of 
promoting the basic industry of agriculture in various ways. This policy had 
previously found expression in the establishment of agricultural schools, colleges 
and experimental farms, in assistance for road building and in other ways. 
The grants-in-aid thus given make it possible to extend hydro-electrical power 
service to those engaged in and connected with agricultural pursuits in less 
densely populated districts where otherwise such service would not be financially 
feasible. 

The extent and effect of the Province's financial assistance with respect to 
the distribution of power in rural districts should be clearly understood. The 
Government grant-in-aid relates to the intitial capital investment. Having made 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



63 




SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Ontario, using "Hydro" service 



its grant-in-aid, the Government's participation in operations respecting the 
property to which the grant applies ceases. Each rural power district not only 
pays its cost of operation, maintenance and administration of these lines, but 
also sets up reserves for renewals, obsolescence and contingencies on the whole 
of the equipment and lines, as well as for sinking fund on the investment made by 
the Commission on behalf of the local authorities. The provincial grant-in-aid 
is of special assistance when the initial financial investment for any rural power 
district is made. 



The aggregate load distributed to the rural dwellers is, and possibly must 
always be, but a relatively small porportion of the total energy distributed by 
the Commission, and the provincial grant towards the cost of rural service is of 
no advantage to the power system as a whole, because the demand for power at 
present, apart altogether from the small amount distributed to the rural districts, 
is such as readily to absorb all the available supply. On the other hand, the 
beneficial influence of rural electrical service on agriculture is reflected in the 
prosperity and welfare of the Province as a whole, and is already a factor of 
importance and worth. 

The accompanying diagrams illustrate the unprecedented expansion of rural 
primary-line extensions during the last nine years, and the increase in the use of 
electricity by the farming communities of Ontario as shown by the aggregate 
peak loads. It is believed that further substantial progress will be made in the 
next few years. An outstanding reason for this growth is the extent to which the 
Commission has gained the confidence of the rural communities through efficiency 
in the construction of lines, through progressive reductions in rates and by a con- 
tinuity of service which has contributed very materially to progress by inspir- 
ing confidence in the use of electrical power-driven machinery. 



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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Three-horsepower motor in barn driving chopper, saw bench and line shaft 



The Year's Activities 



During the past year the amount of constructional work carried out in the 
rural power districts exceeded by a substantial margin that of any previous year. 
Some 1,044 miles of primary transmission lines were constructed and electrical 
service was given to 6,277 additional consumers. The capital expenditure 
approved for rural construction work during the past year was $2,668,241, and 
the aggregate peak load in October, 1929, reached 21,138 horsepower. Details 
of these matters and of the present status of rural distribution are presented in 
the accompanying tables. For the coming year, arrangements have been made 
to construct about 1,500 miles of additional rural lines. 

The engineers of the Commission attended during the past year a number of 
public meetings throughout the Province, held for the specific purpose of explain- 
ing to prospective consumers the rates at which electrical power could be sup- 
plied, the uses which can be made of power on the farm and the procedure neces- 
sary to obtain service. In all, eighty-eight meetings were held. Where possible, 
moving pictures were shown, illustrating the uses of electricity on the farm. The 
provincial statutes relating to rural distribution were explained, pamphlets were 
distributed, and assistance was given to local committees appointed to canvass 
their respective districts. 

The Commission also co-operated with the Provincial Department of Agri- 
culture by giving similar talks to students taking short-course lectures at the 
Agricultural College at Guelph, and at other centres. Representatives of the 
Commission also attended provincial ploughing matches and arranged to give 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



65 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
An electrically-equipped kitchen in a farmer's home in Markham rural power district. The electric 
range, washing machine, refrigerator, iron and toaster, with a modern sink and laundry tubs supplied 
by a water system installed in the basement, assist materially in relieving the arduous duties of 

the farmer's wife 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Water service for the farm, home and stables is always a problem. This illustration shows a single- 
pumping unit with two storage tanks and valve arrangements to take care of the supply of hard and 
soft water, the former for both house and barn, the latter for the house only. Three-way valves on the 
intake and output sides of the pump provided for switching from one supply and storage to the other. 
This installation is in the basement of the house 



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SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 
As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921, to October 31, 1929 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for extension 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant 


Niagara 


4,340.58 

275.30 

159.53 

43.30 

83.82 

353.71 
5.00 


16,165 

1,475 

780 

172 

312 

2,141 
152 


14,041 

596 

298 

55 

284 

860 
9 


30,206 

2,071 

1,078 

227 

596 

3,001 
161 


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9,614,248.94 

580,484.36 

342,879.45 

81,854.00 

187,703.53 

817,357.50 
17,268.00 


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4,807,124.47 


Georgian Bay 

St. Lawrence . 


269,175.70 
171,439.72 


Rideau 


40,927.00 


Ottawa .■ . . 


93,851.76 


Central Ontario and 
Trent 


408,678.75 


Nipissing 


8,634.00 






Total 


5,261.24 


21,197 


16,143 


37,340 


11,641,795.78 


5,799,831.40 







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67 



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RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS DURING THE YEAR 1929 



System 


Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1929 


Capital approved for 
extensions 




Total 






Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Provincial 
grant 


Niagara 


804.13 
92.11 

77.48 

43.30 

6.95 

146.75 
.50 


1,676 

353 

380 

172 

41 

493 
13 


2,494 
176 
158 

55 
36 

224 
6 


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529 
538 

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77 

717 
19 


18,193 

668 

292 

76 

356 

1,511 
42 


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1,844,903.00 

185,620.00 

171,579.00 

81,854.00 

17,062.00 

362,952.00 
4,271.00 


$ c 
922,451.50 


Georgian Bay 

St. Lawrence 

Rideau 


92,810.00 
85,789.50 
40,927.00 


Ottawa 


8,531.00 


Central Ontario 

and Trent 

Nipissing 


181,476.00 
2,135.50 






Total 


1,157.32 


3,128 


3,149 


6,277 


21,138 


2,668,241.00 


1,334,120.50 







68 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

information to a large number of interested farmers. The manufacturers of 
electric motors and other equipment used in connection with power on the farm 
co-operated with the Commission in giving demonstrations at various places, 
showing actually how power can advantageously be employed by the farmer. 

During the past year not only has the power taken by the rural power 
districts increased because of increased mileage of transmission lines and the 
demand of the consumer connected to these new lines, but the demand for power 
has also increased due to the greater use of electricity on the farms already served 
and due also to the connection of new consumers to existing lines. Furthermore, 
many townships have installed — in districts where the conditions warranted — 
street lighting systems on the public highways. To supply these increased loads, 
new substations have been constructed and the capacities and number of lines 
have been increased. 

One of the most important factors in connection with rural power supply is 
the stability of the rates charged. Experience has led the Commission to adopt 
the safe policy of constructing rural lines only when sufficient contracts have been 
signed to guarantee payment of the fixed charges on the cost of the lines to be 
constructed; the minimum signed contracts required being three rural, light or 
medium, farm contracts, or their equivalent, per mile of line constructed. 

The rates first submitted to the proposed consumers are, therefore, the 
maximum, and the rates in any rural power district may be and in practice 
have been reduced from time to time as the number of consumers per mile of 
line constructed in the district increases above the required minimum. Sixty 
per cent of all operating rural power districts have had their rates reduced as 
shown in the accompanying table, and it will be noted that service charges 
have been reduced to as low as 50 per cent of the maximum. 

The service given by the Commission is "at cost" and the rate schedules 
are designed upon this basis. In practice, however, it is, obviously, sound practice 
to provide for a small surplus of revenue over estimated costs. Should greater 
use be made of the service than was anticipated, a greater revenue will result 
without proportionate increase in expenses; and therefore a greater surplus will 
also result. This has been the experience of the Commission in connection with 
the operation of rural power districts. 

At the end of this section is given a tabulation of the rural power districts 
established in connection with the several systems of the Commission, which 
shows the miles of line, the number of consumers and the rate schedules for 
each district. 

The tabulation on page 67 shows in detail the extensions approved during the 
year, the number of consumers, the amounts of power supplied, the capital 
expenditures and the amounts of provincial grant-in-aid of rural lines approved 
by the Government. 



1930 



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69 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been executed, 
users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under twelve general 
classes with limitations as follows: 



Class 



Service 



Class 






demand 


Phase 


Volts 


kilowatts 






0.75 


1 


110 


2 


1 


220/110 


1 


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110 


2 


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220/110 


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Class I: Hamlet Service — Includes service in hamlets, where four or more consumers are 
served from one transformer. This class excludes farmers and power users. Service is given 
under two sub-classes as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores. Use of appliances over 750 watts per- 
manently installed is not permitted under this class. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or permanently installed 
appliances greater than 750 watts. Combinations of residence and store supplied from 
one service shall be not less than Class 1-C. Special or unusual loads will be treated 
specially. 



Class li- 
as in Class I. 



A: House Lighting — Includes service to all residences that cannot be grouped 
This class excludes farmers and power users. 



Class II-B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for a single-phase motor not exceeding 2 horse- 
power or an electric range (motor and range not to be used simultaneously) on a small farm of 
fifty acres or less. 

Class HI: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power for 
miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors not exceeding 3 horsepower and 
electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class IV: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm 
buildings and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors up to 
5-horsepower demand or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class V: Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting farm buildings 
and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors, up to 5-horsepower 
demand, or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class VI: Farm Service, Heavy — -Includes service for lighting of farm buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service will 
be given at the discretion of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Class VII: Farm Service, Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



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SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



Construction work on five power developments was in progress during the 
past year. Of these, the greatest in magnitude, from the standpoint of capacity, 
is the addition to the Queenston development, where the plant is being completed 
by the installation of a tenth unit. This is followed closely, from the same 
standpoint, by the Alexander development on the Nipigon river. One develop- 
ment has been completed and brought into service in the Georgian Bay system 
and another in the Nipissing system, and there is being constructed a single 
unit development in the Patricia district on the English river at Ear falls. 

Investigations are in progress on a number of other power sites. The 
first of these is at Chats falls on the Ottawa river, where a possible 200,000 
horsepower can be developed. Preparations are also being made for the develop- 
ment of the power at Ragged rapids on the Muskoka river, to which reference 
was made in the last annual report. 

The developments on the Muskoka river at Bala were purchased during 
the year, and rehabilitation was carried out to put certain parts of the hydraulic 
equipment in good operating condition. Rehabilitation was also effected on 
some of the hydraulic structures of the undertaking 'serving the Wahnapitae 
district, control of which was obtained by the Commission during the year. 
In order to provide means of transport for mining developments at Red Lake, 
in the district of Patricia, the Department of Northern Development of the 
province of Ontario arranged to have built a number of marine railways on the 
Chukuni and English rivers, whereby freight may be taken from Hudson, on 
the Transcontinental railway, directly to Red lake, with trans-shipment only 
at Ear falls on -the English river. The design and supervision of construction 
of the marine railways were carried out for the Department of Northern Develop- 
ment by the Commission. The Ear falls storage dam at the outlet of Lac 
Seul, construction of which was commenced last year, was brought into service 
during the summer of 1929, the engineering in connection with this structure 
being carried out by the Commission for the Department of Lands and Forests. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 11 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston-Chippawa Development 

The decision was reached last year to add a tenth and last unit to the 
Queenston development. This unit, which is to have a rated capacity of 58,000 
horsepower under a head of 294 feet, will be similar, in most respects, to units 
Nos. 6 to 9 in the same development. Operating experience during the past 
few years has indicated the necessity of having an additional unit, in order to 
provide spare capacity during periods of shut-down of other units for main- 
tenance work. When all ten units are available for service, the plant capacity 
will be increased, although not to the extent of the full rated capacity of the 
unit. It is estimated that the increased continuous capacity of the plant will 
be some 12,000 horsepower; but the main advantage of the unit is in its 
assurance of continuous service at the full capacity for nine units, with one unit 
out of service for maintenance or repairs. 

The installation from forebay to tailwater is similar to that for units Nos. 6 
to 9. An extension of the forebay to the north of the No. 9 intake is necessary, 
the floor of this extension of the forebay being slightly higher than the floor of 
the remainder. As in the case of units Nos. 6 to 9, the penstock for unit No. 10 
is 16 feet in diameter throughout and is equipped with a 16-foot by 10-foot 
Johnson valve. The turbine is being built by the Dominion Engineering Works 
of Montreal. Only one change of importance is to be noted in the hydraulic 
equipment, namely, in the governor, which is of the Morris-Pelton type with 
motor driven flyballs, the first with this type of drive to be used at Niagara 
falls. 

Construction work commenced at the beginning of January on the extension 
of the screen house. In the completion of the substructure of the screen house 
for nine units, provision was made for the convenient extensional work by the 
building of a small arch dam at the north-east end of the forebay, behind which 
a small amount of rock excavation was done. It was possible thus to excavate 
for the extension of the screen house without serious difficulty or danger from 
water, an important consideration, as the excavation had to be carried down 
some 45 feet below the operating level in the forebay. The first operation 
was the construction of the extension of the screen house. This being com- 
pleted and the steel headgates being in place, the work on the penstock tunnel 
and trench and power house substructure continued thereafter without danger 
of flooding from water in the forebay. At the present time, the substructure 
of the power house is completed, and the turbine and penstock are being installed. 
This unit will come into service during the summer of 1930. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Trethewey Falls Development 

The application of "remote control" in the operation of hydro-electric 
power stations makes possible the utilization of many small water powers which 
otherwise would be outside the range of economic development. This method 
of operation not only makes a marked saving in operating charges, but by 
centralizing the control of the output of power in the hands of one operator, 



78 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

makes possible the most efficient use of the water. This is particularly true 
where several developments are situated on the same stream. 

One of the latest plants with remote control equipment, recently put into 
commercial service by the Commission, is that at Trethewey falls on the South 
Muskoka river. This plant lies immediately above the Hanna Chute station, 
which was placed in service in October of 1926. Downstream again from 
Hanna Chute is the South falls station, where the control of all three plants 
is centralized. A total head of 170 feet is now developed on this stretch of 
river. 

The water discharged from the Trethewey falls plant passes directly into 
the forebay or headpond of the Hanna Chute station, and that in turn discharges 
into the headpond of the South Falls plant. Very little pondage is available 
at Trethewey falls or South falls, while Hanna Chute possesses a large head- 
pond on which fluctuations in load are easily taken up without much change 
in level. It is thus evident, in order to obtain the most economical use of water 
by the three stations, that centralization of control is very desirable and 
necessary. 

A very comprehensive storage system has been installed on the lakes above 
these three plants, the principal ones being Lake of Bays and Hollow lake. 
The flow of the river has thereby been substantially improved by these storage 
reservoirs, so that much greater loads than under natural conditions can be 
carried by the plants. 

The natural head at Trethewey falls was about 24 feet, and the develop- 
ment consists essentially of a concrete dam and power house across the river 
at the head of the falls, which raises the water 11 feet, giving a total operating 
head of 35 feet for the plant. The dam consists of three stop-log sluiceways 
in the river channel, flanked by spillway sections 75 feet long on either side, and 
a wing wall on the west bank extending from the power house to the high ground 
above. The power house substructure is of reinforced concrete construction, 
and contains one 2,300 horsepower turbine, with propeller type runner, which 
was supplied by S. Morgan Smith-Inglis Company, Limited. A short tail- 
race channel carries the water across a neck of land to the pool level below. 
The unit is controlled by a Woodward governor, having the necessary automatic 
and remote control attachments to enable operation from South Falls. A head- 
water gauge, similar to the one at Hanna Chute, is being installed, with a 
duplicate recording instrument at South falls. Thus, the chief operator has 
before him indications of the headwater levels at the three plants, and can 
balance the loads to derive the most benefit from the water supply. 

A gantry crane of five-ton capacity is installed on the headworks deck for 
handling the racks and the steel sectional gates; these gates may be used for 
unwatering the turbine pit. 

The new headwater level required the raising of one highway bridge about 
6 feet, and the raising of more than a mile of road to a maximum height of 
3 feet. A timber- log slide has been provided immediately adjacent to the power 
house. 

This station was placed in active service in September, 1929, about one 
year after the commencement of construction operations by the Construction 
department of the Commission. 



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TRETHEWEY FALLS DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH MUSKOKA RIVER 
General view showing sluiceways, spillway, wing dam, power house and forebay 




TRETHEWEY FALLS DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH MUSKOKA RIVER 
Main dam sluiceways 



80 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Bala Electric Light and Power Company 

The purchase was completed in April, 1929, of the assets of the Bala 
Electric Light and Power Company. This company owned two power develop- 
ments at Bala, the first of which contained two units rated at 150 horse- 
power each, and the second, one unit of 450 horsepower. These generated 
power for distribution in Bala, Port Carling and the districts surrounding 
these municipalities. The operation of the plants and system was taken over 
at that time, and minor repairs made on some of the structures and equipment 
at plant No. 2. The possession of these plants will be advantageous in the 
operation of future developments on the Muskoka river immediately down- 
stream. They also serve small but important districts, which now become a part 
of the Georgian Bay system. 





ALEXANDER DEVELOPMENT— N IPIGON RIVER 
Core-wall trench in auxiliary dam 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



Alexander Power Development 

The rapidly growing demand for power on the Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission's Thunder Bay system has necessitated the early completion of 
the Alexander Power development on the Nipigon river. Already the Cameron 
Falls generating station, of 75,000 horsepower capacity, has been carrying 
loads in excess of its rated capacity. About two-thirds of the power output 
is used by the pulp and paper mills in the district, while the remaining one-third 
is made up of elevator load and domestic loads in Port Arthur and Fort William 

The Alexander development is situated about one and a half miles below 
the Cameron Falls plant, and construction work was first started here in the 
spring of 1927. At the end of that year it was decided to discontinue operations, 
as the output of the pulp and paper mills had been curtailed, with consequent 
reduction of power requirements. During 1927 a great deal of preliminary 
work was done, including the construction of a railway line from Cameron 
Falls to the site, excavation of the diversion channel, and partial completion of 



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81 




ALEXANDER DEVELOPMENT— N IPIGON RIVER 
Excavation on site of main dam. A semi-hydraulic fill will be built, after excavation to good foundation, 

between the toe fills at right and left 



the main cofferdam. The railway line involved building two bridges, one across 
the Nipigon river near Cameron falls, and the other across Fraser creek at 
the lower end. 

Before proceeding with a description of the Alexander development itself, 
a few remarks about the Nipigon river may be of interest. The area drained by 
this great river is more than 9,000 square miles, and the area of lake Nipigon 
itself is about one-sixth of this, or 1,500 miles square. Under natural con- 
ditions, the outflow from lake Nipigon was remarkably uniform for a river of 
this size, and by the construction of the dam at Virgin falls in 1925, control 
of the outflow was obtained. The average flow exceeds 7,000 cubic feet per 
second, and complete regulation can be obtained with a variation in lake level 
between the natural high and low water levels. The total drop in elevation 
between lake Nipigon and lake Superior is 248 feet, and this drop occurs in 32 
miles of river channel. With Cameron falls (78-foot head and Alexander 
(60-foot head) developed, there will remain some 110 feet undeveloped. Of 
this 110 feet, 105 feet occurs between Cameron falls and lake Nipigon, and is 
capable of complete development, while the remaining 5 feet or so occurs as 
river gradient between Alexander and lake Superior, and cannot be economically 
recovered. 

The location of the new development is at Alexander rapids, where the 
river takes a sharp "S" bend and discharges into a quiet pool or widening of the 
river. An earth fill dam across the river near the lower end of the rapids will 
raise the level about 60 feet and flood back to the tailwater level of Cameron 
falls. Thus, nearly all the head here is artificial, while at Cameron falls a large 
portion of the head was natural. A channel, the upper part in earth and the 
lower part in rock, is being excavated across the neck of land formed by the 
turn in the river, to supply water to the power house which is located on the 
shore of the pool near the Alexander landing dock. A portion of this channel 
also serves as the diversion channel to bypass the water during the construction 
of the main dam. A concrete spillwall, 560 feet long, connects up the end 



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ALEXANDER DEVELOPMENT— N IPIGON RIVER 
Power house construction— Forms for draft tubes— October, 1929 



of the dam with the power house on the south side, and an earth embankment 
on the north side is required to join the power house with the adjacent high land 
and close- the contour. 

The main dam is being constructed by the semi-hydraulic fill method, 
which consists essentially of dumping earth at the two sides of the dam, and 
washing the finer particles to the centre, by means of monitors, to form an 
impervious core. A heavy rock fill embankment on the downstream side provides 
adequate support and drainage for the earth fill. In all, about 500,000 cubic 
yards of earth will have been placed in the dam on completion. 

Very little pondage is available between Alexander and Cameron falls to 
take care of changes in load, but if the two plants are operated in parallel, the 
large headpond at Cameron falls of over four square miles in area will also serve 
the Alexander plant and reduce fluctuations in level to a minimum. Any 
rise in level, however, will be taken care of automatically by the long concrete 
spillwall between the dam and the power house. 

The power house will be of reinforced concrete construction, and in all 
will contain about 30,000 cubic yards of concrete. Installed in it will be three 
18,000 horsepower units, and provision will be made for a fourth unit when the 
load justifies its installation. The superstructure will be of brick, and an 
outdoor transformer station will be located to the north of the power house. 

The Nipigon river is justly famous for its trout fishing, and to help preserve 
this sport, a fish ladder will be provided. This will be of similar design to the 
one at Cameron falls, which is approved by the Provincial Game and Fisheries 
department. It is believed that these fishways provide a satisfactory passage 
for the fish in their annual upstream migration. 

Construction, under the jurisdiction of the Commission's Construction 
department, has been prosecuted vigorously during the past season, and will 
be continued throughout the winter and ensuing year. It is expected that 
the plant will be carrying its share of the load to the Twin Cities before the end 
of 1930. 



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83 




ELLIOTT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH RIVER 
Main dam from upstream side. Water surface about six feet below normal level 




ELLIOTT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH RIVER 
Main dam and penstock from downstream side 



84 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 

Some years ago the Commission served notice of expropriation upon certain 
of the power sites at Chats falls on the Ottawa river. The title to these power 
sites passed to the Commission during 1929, and as they round out the control 
of the Commission in all of the Ontario portion of the power rights, it is possible 
to proceed with the development of this site in conjunction with a privately- 
owned corporation, which will develop the Quebec portion of the power. It 
is hoped that satisfactory arrangements, as to development of the whole scheme, 
can be made and the work permitted to proceed. 

According to present plans, there will be installed in the Ontario section, 
three units of 30,000 horsepower, with provision for a fourth unit. The site 
is well adapted for an economic development, in spite of the fact that the dam 
is a very extensive structure. However, the location chosen for the dam is such 
that it will nowhere be very high, and its cost, therefore, is not excessive. The 
flow of the Ottawa river is regulated to quite a degree by storage works on the 
main river and on certain of the tributaries above Chats falls, so that a well- 
sustained flow in dry years may be depended upon; and, in addition to this, 
the extent of Chats lake, which has an area of 18,600 acres, provides pondage 
for daily and weekly regulation to suit the load demands on the plant. 



NIPISSING SYSTEM 

Elliott Chute Development 

The Elliott Chute development on the South river, about two miles 
upstream from Bingham Chute, came into service in October, 1929. This 
development, which has a capacity of 1,800 horsepower under 39-foot head, is 
similar in some respects to the Trethewey development, in that it is a single 
vertical unit plant operated by remote control from Bingham Chute. The 
headpond of the plant has a capacity of 5,000 acre feet, and the storage in this 
headpond was the essential part of the development, as without additional 
storage it was becoming increasingly difficult to operate the Bingham Chute 
and Nipissing plants effectively. Relocation of certain of the Township roads 
and construction of bridges thereon were involved in the building of this plant. 

MADAWASKA SYSTEM 

During the past year the Commission purchased properties from the 
M. J. O'Brien Company, including power developments on the Mississippi 
and Madawaska rivers, undeveloped sites on the Madawaska, transmission 
lines, distribution systems and franchises in Renfrew and other municipalities. 

The development at Galetta on the Mississippi river has an installed 
capacity of 1,400 horsepower. From it there are transmission lines to Arnprior, 
Galetta, Carp, Kinburn, and other nearby points. At Calabogie, on the 
Madawaska river, there is an installation of 6,000 horsepower, with an addi- 
tional 3,000 horsepower awaiting completion. Power from this plant is dis- 
tributed in Renfrew, Calabogie, and six other municipalities. 



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85 




ELLIOTT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH RIVER 
New township road -built to replace road closed by storage reservoir 




ELLIOTT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT-SOUTH RIVER 
Interior of flume from pipe line, showing turbine 



86 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

There are also in the properties purchased, four undeveloped sites on the 
Madawaska river, at Claybank, Stewartville, Burnstown and High Falls, 
having a combined capacity of 85,000 horsepower. Possible storage develop- 
ments on the river make these sites of great potential value for future develop- 
ment. Investigations respecting existing and future developments, and the 
hydraulic characteristics and storage possibilities of the river, have been carried 
on throughout the year, and are continuing. 



WAHNAPITAE DISTRICT 

The Commission recently obtained, by stock purchase, a controlling interest 
in the Wahnapitae Power Company. This company owns and operates three 
hydro-electric plants on the Wahnapitae river, with transmission lines to Sud- 
bury and a number of mining and metallurgical works. The total installed 
capacity is 15,700 horsepower. 

The three developments are similar in style, each having headworks at 
the end of the dam, with a short canal conducting the water to short penstocks. 

No. 2 plant, at McVitties, is furthest upstream, and contains two 1,200 
horsepower turbines operating under a head of 3& feet. Next in order is the 
original plant, commenced in 1904, with a single unit of 1,200 horsepower 
capacity, and enlarged in 1908 and 1915 to a total capacity of 6,300 horsepower 
in three units, under a head of 52 feet. This development is situated at 
Coniston, about eight miles east of Sudbury. About six miles downstream 
from Coniston is plant No. 3, completed in 1924, with two units of 3,500 horse- 
power capacity each, under a head of 54 feet. Storage works are in course 
of construction at the outlet of lake Wahnapitae, about twelve miles upstream 
from plant No. 3. A side dam was built at plant No. 2, replacing one built 
about eighteen years ago. Growing load demands in the district will require 
the completion of the storage works and the installation of an additional unit 
at plant No. 2„ 

PATRICIA DISTRICT 

Ear Falls Development 

The Ear Falls conservation dam, to which reference was made in the last 
annual report, was completed during the spring of 1929, and a portion of the 
spring flood was stored in Lac Seul. At the present time the outflow is being 
controlled by the dam. The cost of the conservation dam here was shared 
by the provincial governments of Manitoba and Ontario, and by the Dominion 
Government, as power sites controlled by all of these will benefit from the 
regulation of the flow on the English river. 

The magnitude of the storage basins in this part of the Province is immense, 
and comparable to artificial storage created in other parts of the Dominion 
and in other parts of the world. The capacity of Lac Seul between minimum 
and maximum levels that it is intended to use for storage is 145,000,000,000 
cubic feet. Lake Nipigon has a capacity twice this, and Lake of the W 7 oods 
is another basin with immense storage capacity. To give scale to these storage 



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87 



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Ear Falls dam at outlet of Lac Seul Power house construction proceeding at left 



developments, they may be compared with some of the other outstanding storage 
basins at present in use, as in the table below : 

Capacity of Reservoir 
Storage Reservoir (acre feet) 

Assuan (Egypt) 1,800,000 

Elephant Butte (Texas) 2,640,000 

Gatun (Panama) '. 4,200,000 

Gouin (Quebec) 3,700,000 

Lac Seul (Ontario) 3,300,000 

Nipigon (Ontario) 6,700,000 



Lac Seul and Lake Nipigon are both extremely cheap storage developments 
when compared with others, in their cost per acre foot. 

In the design of the conservation dam at Ear falls, provision was made for 
the future development of water power, if a demand for this should arise, and 
as this demand was already in evidence by the beginning of the year, in order 
to provide power for mining developments at Red lake, construction was com- 
menced of a single unit plant, with a capacity of 5,000 horsepower. The 
ultimate capacity of the site is about 30,000 horsepower under a head of 36 
feet, and the present unit is so laid out that it will form a part of the complete 
development when additional power is required in that locality. The present 
scheme provides two wood stave pipe lines, 12 feet in diameter, about 137 feet 
long, by which water supplied for the turbine will be carried from the power 
sluices at the dam to a pressure flume, in which a single vertical turbine is 
installed. The turbine unit will have a rated capacity of 5,000 horsepower under 
a head of 36 feet, at a speed of 180 revolutions per minute, is of the propeller 
type, and was built by the Dominion Engineering Works of Montreal. A 
transformer station is being built to step up the power for transmission to the 
Red Lake district about forty miles distant. 



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Transportation Route — Hudson to Red Lake 

The Commission's engineers assisted the Department of Northern Develop- 
ment of the province of Ontario by taking charge of the design and construction 
of a group of marine railways on the English and Chukuni rivers. These make 
it -possible to carry freight from the Transcontinental railway at Hudson into 
Red lake, with trans-shipment at Ear Falls only. The total distance travelled 
by craft proceeding from Hudson to Red lake is about 160 miles, and in this 
distance there is a transfer railway to permit them to lower the cargo from 
the level of Lac Seul at the Ear Falls dam to the English river below the dam, 
whence loaded scows proceed down the English river and up the Paqwash and 
Chukuni rivers, on which, at various places, there are four marine railways 
designed to handle scows of the maximum capacity in use. These railways have 
been working satisfactorily for the navigation season of 1929, and more than 
3,000 tons of equipment and supplies have been transported over the route at 
a very considerable saving in transportation costs. 



HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 

St. Lawrence River 

Some months ago, the chief engineer and the chief hydraulic engineer of 
the Commission were appointed a body by the Ontario government to co-operate 
with the Canadian section of the Joint Engineering Board dealing with the 
St. Lawrence development, to the end that some scheme of power development 
of the International section of the river, mutually agreeable to the interests 
represented by these groups, might be arrived at. Several conferences have 
been held, and variations in the proposed schemes of development discussed, 
investigated and compared, to the end that general plans as to developed head, 
location of structures, etc., might be agreed upon. This work also is proceeding 
at the present time. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 89 






SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 

(STATION SECTION) 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Generating Stations on the Niagara River 

Queenston generating station is being extended to include No. 10 unit. 
A 55,000-kv-a. generator, a bank of three 18,330-kv-a. transformers, two 
135, 000- volt oil circuit-breakers and other necessary switching equipment have 
been purchased. As this is the final extension to the station, permanent end 
walls will be erected for both the power-house and screen-house. The work 
should be completed and the unit in service before the fall of 1930. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Niagara District — A new outdoor 1 10, 000- volt transformer station has been 
erected on the Commission's right-of-way near the American Cyanamid Com- 
pany's plant to supply this Company with power. Three banks of 7,500-kv-a., 
single-phase transformers obtained from Niagara transformer station were 
converted to outdoor type for this installation. 

Authorization has been given for the purchase and installation of four oil 
circuit-breakers on outgoing 110, 000- volt lines, for the installation of an outdoor 
110,000-volt bus and for the re-locating of the existing outdoor line oil circuit- 
breakers at Niagara transformer station. 

Authorization was given for the construction of an outdoor 110,000-volt 
transformer station at Port Colborne near the International Nickel Company's 
plant. The installation will consist of two banks of transformers and a spare 
unit, together with 110,000-volt switching equipment for the incoming line and 
transformers, and 13, 200- volt switching equipment for the outgoing feeders. 
Seven 5,000-kv-a. single-phase, self-cooled transformers have been purchased. 

At both Welland and Thorold transformer stations load conditions neces- 
sitated the installation of additional transformer capacity. A new bank of three 
5,000-kv-a. single-phase units was installed at each station. The bank at 
Welland has already been placed in service while the bank at Thorold will be 



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in service by the middle of November. Two additional 12, 000- volt feeders were 
installed at the Welland station to permit power to be supplied to Port Colborne 
at 12,000 volts. 

Engineering assistance was given to the municipality of Merritton respecting 
the purchase and installation of a 1,500-kv-a. three-phase transformer and other 
necessary equipment to provide additional capacity at its station. Assistance 
was likewise given to the municipality of Niagara-on-the-Lake, where a second 
300-kv-a. three-phase transformer and additional 13,200-volt and 2,300-volt 
switching equipment was installed. Improvements were made on the equipment 
for metering the Stamford township load. The municipality of Stamford town- 
ship was given engineering assistance respecting the purchase of a 1,500-kv-a. 
three-phase transformer and additional switching equipment. The necessary 
equipment for metering the load at the Queenston Quarries Company's new- 
station near St. Davids was purchased and installed. 

Hamilton and Dundas District — A third bank of three 5,000-kv-a. 
transformers was installed at Hamilton transformer station, and 13,200 volt 
metal-clad switching equipment for four circuits has been purchased. Authoriza- 
tion was also given to install steel structures and switching equipment to provide 
for one additional 11 0,000- volt incoming line. Work on this is not yet 
completed. 

Authorization has been given for the installation of a second bank of three 
5,000-kv-a. transformers in Dundas transformer station, also two 13,200-volt 
feeders to supply power to Hamilton. The transformers have been ordered. 

A new pole-type station known as Vinemount distributing station was 
installed, consisting of a bank of three 150-kv-a. transformers with the necessary 
switching equipment and metering. Meter changes w ere also made at Waterdown 
distributing station. 

Toronto and York District — At Toronto-Bridgman transformer station, 
work was commenced on the replacement of four oil circuit-breakers in the 
110,000-volt line position with breakers of greater interrupting capacity. Three 
of these have already been changed. 

At Toronto-Wiltshire transformer station increased capacity was provided 
by the installation of a fourth bank of three 5,000-kv-a. transformers with the 
necessary 110,000-volt and 13,200-volt switching equipment. 

Toronto-Leaside Transformer Station 

Engineering and construction work has been continued on the Toronto- 
Leaside transformer station throughout the year. The first two 25,000-kv-a. 
synchronous condensers are being installed and additional apparatus has been 
ordered. 

Orders have been placed for the third and fourth bank of transformers which 
will be duplicates of the first two banks and for two more synchronous condensers 
duplicates of the two now being installed, also four more 2 20, 000- volt oil circuit- 
breakers. 

An 80-ton gantry crane has been purchased and erected for use in the instal- 
lation of the condensers, the first two of which will shortly be in operation. 



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91 




TORONTO-LEASIDE CONDENSER STATION 
View from east, October, 1929 



The programme for the coming year includes the installation of all the 
above apparatus on order, also the necessary 110,000-volt and 13,200-volt 
switching equipment, control and service equipment to complete the station to 
180,000-kv-a. capacity. A despatcher's board will also be installed which will 
represent in miniature the 220,000 and 110,000-volt lines and stations supplying 
the Toronto district. 

At New Toronto distributing station increased transformer capacity was 
obtained by the installation of one new 3,000-kv-a. three-phase transformer 
inside the building, replacing a 1,500-kv-a. three-phase unit, and by the installa- 
tion of a bank of three 1,500-kv-a. single-phase units outside the building. A 
spare 3,000-kv-a. outdoor transformer was also purchased. These changes 
necessitated the erection of steel structures and extra switching equipment and 
the installation of a cooling tower. The municipality of Mimico was given 
engineering assistance in the purchase, test and installation of one 1,500-kv-a. 
three-phase transformer with the necessary switching equipment. 

Scarborough township and Albion Park distributing stations are two 
semi-outdoor installations which were placed in service this year. The former 
comprises a bank of three new 1,000-kv-a. single-phase transformers and the 
latter two 300-kv-a. three-phase units released from Etobicoke township distri- 
buting station. At Mount Joy distributing station one of the 150-kv-a. three- 
phase transformers was replaced by a bank of three 150-kv-a. single-phase units. 
Blantyre distributing station was dismantled and the three 300-kv-a. trans- 
formers transferred to reserve equipment. At Newmarket distributing station 
improved voltage conditions were obtained on the Newmarket 4,000-volt feeder 
by the installation of a bank of three 373^-kv-a. transformers as boosters. Six 
old 300-kv-a. single-phase transformers at York Mills distributing station are 
being rebuilt with new windings of modern design. 



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London District — The capacities of Broughdale and Glendale distributing 
stations have been increased by the installation of a bank of three 250-kv-a. 
transformers in each station, replacing the original 150-kv-a. units. 

Kitchener District — At Elmira distributing station the capacity was 
increased by the installation of a bank of three 500-kv-a. transformers to replace 
the original 250-kv-a. units. 

Stratford District — The capacity at Stratford transformer station was 
again increased by replacing the 1, 250-kv-a. transformers in bank No. 1 with 
three 2, 500-kv-a. units which had been rebuilt from transformers similar to 
those removed. The cooling water-pumps were replaced by larger capacity units. 

Changes in the district served by this transformer station include the 
installation of lightning arresters at Dublin, Milverton and Tavistock distribut- 
ing stations and the replacement of the 150-kv-a. three-phase transformer at 
Walton distributing station by three 150-kv-a. single-phase units. Assistance 
was given to the municipality of Goderich in the purchase and installation of a 
bank of three 500-kv-a. transformers together with changes and additions to 
the 26,400-volt and 4,000-volt equipment and feeders. 

Woodstock District — Changes were made to the 13,200-volt metering 
equipment in Woodstock transformer station in order to measure power delivered 
to the Dufferin Construction Company at its Innerkip quarry. Engineering 
assistance was given the municipality of Woodstock in the purchase of a bank 
of three 500-kv-a. transformers and switching equipment. 

St. Thomas District — Changes authorized for St. Thomas transformer 
station in 1927, and partly finished in 1928, included increased transformer 
capacity and improved relay protection. This work was completed this year. 
A new 11 0,000- volt oil circuit-breaker was installed and the station was arranged 
to accommodate the new line from Niagara. 

At West Lome distributing station equipment for a new rural feeder with 
the necessary metering was installed. 

Brant District — Changes in equipment at Brant transformer station 
include the installation of improved heavy-capacity oil circuit-breakers in three 
of the 26,400-volt feeders, in place of the original lighter-duty breakers. 

Improvements were made in the metering to totalize the Plattsville and 
Princeton feeder load at Drumbo distributing station and lightning arresters 
were installed on the 26,400-volt incoming line. Arresters were also installed in 
a similar position at Waterford distributing station. 

Kent District — Due to the shifting of the load centre, Fletcher distributing 
station was dismantled and a new pole-type station was installed at Merlin, 
consisting of a bank of three 150-kv-a. transformers and two outgoing 8,000-volt 
feeders. At Tilbury distributing station increased transformer capacity was 
provided by the installation of an additional bank of three 75-kv-a. single-phase 
transformers. Lightning arresters were also installed on the incoming 26,400-volt 
line at this station and at Rondeau distributing station. 

Essex District — Two new 26,400-volt stations known as Ford City and 
LaSalle distributing stations were installed in this district. The former is a 
semi-outdoor installation with a transformer capacity of one 3,000-kv-a. three- 



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NIAGARA SYSTEM 
American Cyanamid 11 0,000-volt transformer station 

phase unit while the latter is a pole- type installation with a transformer capacity 
of three 150-kv-a. units. Leamington distributing station capacity was increased 
by the installation of three 500-kv-a. transformers replacing the original 250-kv-a. 
units. Engineering and construction work was done for the Union Natural Gas 
Company on the installation of a pole-type station consisting of three 150-kv-a. 
transformers with the necessary switching equipment. Work was similarly done 
for Walkerville on the installation of an additional 3,000-kv-a. three-phase 
transformer, the rearrangement of the station wiring and the replacing of original 
4,000-volt oil circuit-breakers with heavier duty units in the Walkerville muni- 
cipal station. Engineering assistance was given Windsor Hydro-Electric system 
in the purchase and test of an additional 3,000-kv-a. three-phase transformer and 
additional switching equipment. Work was done on metering installations at 
Walkerville Junction distributing station and Walkerville municipal station 
No. 2, at the Canadian Steel Corporation-Ojibway and the Union Natural Gas 
Company stations. 

St. Clair District — At Watford distributing station, the capacity was 
increased by replacing the 150-kv-a. three-phase transformer with a 300-kv-a. 
unit. Changes were made to the equipment metering the loads to Brigddn and 
to the Ontario Supply and Transport Company. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Severn Division 



The three 40-kv-a. transformers at Coldwater distributing station were 
replaced by three 150-kv-a. units. 



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Eugenia Division 

At Eugenia generating station a 1,500-kv-a. synchronous condenser trans- 
ferred from Peterborough Railway converter station was installed and placed 
in operation for regulating the voltages on the interchange of power between the 
Severn and Eugenia divisions. Two 1,500-kv-a. auto-transformers were pur- 
chased and will be installed for additional voltage regulation. 

At Holland Centre a new pole- type distributing station with one 10-kv-a. 
single-phase transformer was installed. 

At Meaford distributing station the 300-kv-a., three-phase transformer was 
replaced by a bank of three 250-kv-a. single-phase units. The 300-kv-a. unit 
taken from Meaford was installed at Holyrood distributing station to replace 
the bank of three 50 kv-a. transformers. 



Wasdells Division 

To provide for direct transfer of power between the Muskoka and Wasdells 
divisions a 1,500-kv-a., 38, 000/22, 000- volt, three-phase auto-transformer was 
installed at Wasdells Falls generating station. At Pinedale distributing station 
the 75-kv-a. three-phase transformer was replaced by a 150-kv-a. unit. 



Muskoka Division 

The Trethewey falls generating station was placed in service in September 
with remote control from South falls generating station. The generating capacity 
of the system was thereby increased by 2,000-kv-a. 



ST. LAWRENCE SYSTEM 

Increasing load demands throughout this district were met by the installation 
of a new pole-type station known as Lyn distributing station — consisting of a 
bank of three 100-kv-a. transformers with switching and metering equipment — 
and by the installation at Cornwall Howard Smith Paper Company distributing 
station, of an additional 750-kv-a. three-phase transformer. 



RIDEAU SYSTEM 

A 300-kv-a. three-phase transformer was installed on the site of the Smiths 
Falls transformer station and is known as Rideau temporary transformer station. 
It will serve as a connecting link between the Rideau system and the new eastern 
high-voltage transmission line. A pole-type station known as Forfar distributing 
station with one 100-kv-a. transformer was installed. 

Increased transformer capacity was provided at Kemptville distributing 
station by replacing the 150-kv-a. transformer with a 300-kv-a. unit. 



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TRETHEWEY FALLS DEVELOPMENT-SOUTH MUSKOKA RIVER 
Generating station interior— September, 1929 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



Generating Stations on the Nipigon River 

Due to the load demands on this system developing rapidly in the past year, 
the equipment at Cameron falls generating station has become loaded to capacity 
and it was necessary to proceed with the work at Alexander power development 
which was deferred in 1927. An order has been placed for three 15,000-kv-a 
generators and construction work will proceed so that the station will be ready 
for service in time for the peak load in the fall of 1930. 



Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Outdoor switching equipment is being installed at Port Arthur transformer 
station to provide for a third 1 10,000-volt incoming line. 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 



The capacity of Nepean Rural Power District distributing station was 
increased by replacing the three 75-kv-a. single-phase transformers with three 
200-kv-a. units. 



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CENTRAL ONTARIO AND TRENT SYSTEM 

Generating Stations 

The four 1,125-kv-a. transformers which had been in operation at Seymour 
generating station since it was first placed in service were replaced by two new 
3,000-kv-a. transformers. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

A new pole- type station consisting of three 100-kv-a. single-phase trans- 
formers to serve the Cobourg rural power district was installed at the Cobourg 
distributing station site. Other new stations include Kingston switching station 
and Oshawa condenser station. In the latter case a 5,000 kv-a. synchronous 
condenser with regulator and switching equipment was purchased and installed 
for regulating the voltage at Oshawa. 

Increased transformer capacity was provided at several points, namely, at 
Kingston distributing station by installing one 1,500-kv-a. three-phase trans- 
former replacing a 750-kv-a. unit; at Napanee distributing station by replacing 
one of the 300-kv-a. units with a 750-kv-a. transformer; at Newcastle by the 
replacement of a 100-kv-a. unit with one of 300-kv-a. capacity; at Norwood by 
the installation of an additional 300-kv-a. transformer obtained from Picton 
distributing station where it was replaced by a 750-kv-a. unit; and at Port Hope 
distributing station by replacing the 300-kv-a. transformer with one of 750-kv-a. 
capacity. 

Assistance was rendered to the municipality of Whitby in the purchase and 
installation of a second 750-kv-a. transformer with switching equipment. 

Additional feeder equipment was installed in Bowmanville and Lindsay and 
metering changes were made at the latter station and at Sulphide distributing 
station. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

Generating Stations 

Elliott Chute generating station was placed in operation in September under 
manual control. The generating capacity of the system was thereby increased 
by 1 ,800-kv-a. The automatic and remote control features are not yet completed. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Due to the change in load centre at North Bay, and in order to provide for 
additional capacity, North Bay transformer station No. 2 was installed, consisting 
of two 750-kv-a. three-phase transformers and other necessary equipment. One 
of these transformers was removed from North Bay transformer station No. 1, 
leaving only the original bank of three 450-kv-a. transformers at the latter 
station. The other unit was transferred from Hanover distributing station on 
the Georgian Bay system. Suitable reactances were installed so that the stations 
can be operated in parallel. 






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EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH-VOLTAGE LINES 
Smiths Falls transformer station. Viewed from south, November, 1928 

EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH-VOLTAGE LINES 

Smiths Falls transformer station, which was installed in 1928, was placed 
in service on the 110, 000- volt transmission lines of eastern Ontario in November, 
1928. A transformer station was erected at Ottawa to supply power to the city 
of Ottawa from the 11 0,000- volt lines. The ultimate capacity of this station 
will be three or four banks of 3,000-kv-a. single-phase units. The present instal- 
lation consists of one bank only and a spare unit. The station was placed in 
operation in October. 

PATRICIA DISTRICT 

A generating station is being built at Ear falls on the English river in the 
vicinity of the Red Lake mining district to supply power to How ie Gold Mines 
Limited. 

Power will be generated at 6,600-volts and stepped up through banks of 
single-phase transformers to a transmission voltage of 44,000 volts. For the 
present installation a 5,000-kv-a. generator, four 750-kv-a. transformers and the 
switching equipment were purchased and delivered to the site. The station 
should be in operation about January, 1930. 



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SECTION VI 

TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 

TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

During the past year, work resulting from increased loads, new power 
customers and improvements to the systems under the control of the Commission, 
has kept the Transmission section very actively engaged in the design and con- 
struction of lines throughout the Province. 

On the second, 25-cycle, 220,000-volt circuit for bringing power from the 
Gatineau River developments to the Niagara system at Toronto, progress has 
been consistent with the programme laid down. A 60-cycle network has been 
completed between the Ottawa River, Smiths Falls, Kingston and Brockville. 

In the Niagara system, construction of 110,000-volt lines has been exten- 
sively carried on, in addition to the usual activity in the lower voltage lines. 

It will be noted, in the following paragraphs, that a new system has been 
acquired by the Commission during the past year and has been incorporated in 
the new Eastern system as the Madawaska district. 

A map showing the various transmission lines of the Commission is to be 
found at the end of this report and tabulated details are presented in appendix II. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

220,000-volt Line 

An additional 112.02 miles of single-circuit, steel-tower line, comprising 
part of the second 220,000-volt circuit has been built between Hastings inter- 
switching station and Woodbine Avenue, Toronto. This portion of the second 
line is now complete and is in service to augment the first circuit which was 
completed in 1928. 
110,000-volt Lines 

During the past year the construction of 110,000-volt lines has been actively 
carried on. The most important line erected was.a steel-tower line, 103.61 miles 
long, between Allenburg junction and St. Thomas transformer station. This 
line has two circuits of 605,000 circular mil, steel-reinforced, aluminum conductor. 

Other double-circuit, 110,000-volt, steel-tower lines were built between 
Queenston forebay structure and Cyanamid transformer station — 3.3 miles — 
and between Michigan junction and Crowland junction — 3.50 miles. 

Single-circuit, steel-tower lines were built between Crowland junction and 
International Nickel transformer station — 5.93 miles — and between Wabash 
junction and Michigan junction — 4.03 miles. 

Single-circuit, twin-pole lines were built between Crowland junction and 
McCabe Avenue junction — 0.38 miles — from the end of the steel-tower line to 



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GATINEAU POWER SUPPLY— N IAGARA SYSTEM 
View showing two 220,000-volt circuits, east from Pontypool 




GATINEAU POWER SUPPLY-NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Stringing cable on the second 220,000-volt circuit, showing the method of braking the reels while the 

cable is being paid out 



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the International Nickel Company — 0.59 miles — and from Hamilton junction 
to Hamilton transformer station — 1.25 miles. 
Other Lines 

Between pole 543 at Fletcher and a new distributing station at Merlin, 4.7 
miles of 26,400-volt line has been completed. Merlin was formerly fed at 
4,000 volts. 

Between Essex transformer station and Maiden junction — 7.03 miles — and 
between Gosfield junction and Leamington distributing station — 8.61 miles — 
single-circuit, 26,400-volt lines have been constructed to augment lines in the 
Essex County loop. 

From Wiltshire transformer station to Weston distributing station, 4.61 
miles of 13, 200- volt line having two circuits of 4/0 steel-reinforced aluminum 
conductor, were completed and a tap from Albion Park junction, 1.15 miles 
long, was built to Albion Park distributing station. 

From Hamilton transformer station to Vinemount distributing station, 9.2 
miles of single-circuit, 13, 200- volt line were constructed. This is the first low- 
voltage line to be built from the above station. Similarly, the first low-voltage 
line from the new Leaside transformer station was built to supply Scarborough 
Township distributing station, a distance of 5.47 miles. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Eugenia District 

Between Kilsyth distributing station and Tara distributing station, 6.80 
miles of 22,000-volt circuit has been added to the existing 4, 000- volt wood-pole 
line. 
Muskoka District 

Between Kilworthy junction and Wasdells Falls generating station a 
single-circuit, 38,000-volt line, 8.36 miles long, has been completed to be used 
as a tie line between the Muskoka and Wasdells districts. 
Severn District 

Between Waubaushene distributing station and Midland distributing station, 
9 miles of single circuit, 4/0 steel-reinforced, aluminum conductor have been 
completed in order to take care of increased elevator loads at Midland. 
Wasdells District 

Between Greenbank junction and Port Perry junction — 1.75 miles; Port 
Perry junction and Uxbridge distributing station — 5.75 miles, and between 
Port Perry junction and Port Perry distributing station, the 4, 000- volt lines 
formerly connecting these stations have been reconstructed and reinsulated for 
22,000 volts. 

NIPISSING SYSTEM 

A 22,000-volt circuit of number 2 steel-reinforced aluminum conductor has 
been added to the existing pole line between Bingham Chute generating station 
and North Bay distributing station and a single-circuit, 22,000-volt line has been 
built from Elliott Chute generating station to tie in with the circuits to North 
Bay. In addition, a lead-covered cable has been erected on wood poles between 
Elliott Chute and Bingham Chute for the remote contrcl of Elliott Chute 
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EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH-VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION LINES 

Ottawa -Smiths Falls line, showing the type of tower used for a short section at the Ottawa end 

(See also Frontispiece) 




EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH-VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION LINES 

Smiths Falls to Kingston 110,000-volt line. A rocky section looking north near Battersea. 

Note the rock footings 



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MADAWASKA SYSTEM 



The transmission lines in this district form part of the distribution system 
acquired by the Commission during the past year and include 32.25 miles of 
33, 000-volt, wood-pole line between Calabogie generating station and Arnprior 
and 7 miles of 11, 000-volt line between Galetta generating station and Arnprior 
distributing station. 

EASTERN ONTARIO HIGH-VOLTAGE TRANSMISSION LINES 

High-tension lines in eastern Ontario designed to supply the St. Lawrence, 
the Rideau, the Ottawa, and the Central Ontario and Trent systems from power 
plants on the Gatineau river, and reported as under construction in last year's 
report, have now been completed and include: — 2.05 miles of double-circuit, 
steel-tower line between the Ottawa River crossing at Remic Rapids and Ottawa 
junction; 38.93 miles of single-circuit, wood-pole line between Ottawa junction 
and Smiths Falls transformer station; 49.62 miles of single-circuit, steel-tower 
lines between Smiths Falls and Kingston transformer station, and 24.33 miles of 
single-circuit, wood-pole line between Smiths Falls and Brockville. 

TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 

Between the Ottawa river and Toronto 200 miles of telephone circuit have 
been completed and placed in service to facilitate the operation of the 220, 000- 
volt transmission lines. Excellent communication is now available direct from 
the Commission's head office in Toronto to Paugan Falls, 238 miles. 

Between Dundas and Kitchener, 48 miles of copper telephone circuit was 
added to the existing telephone line which parallels the 110, 000-volt transmission 
line. This addition was made necessary in order to relieve traffic on the former 
circuits between these two points. 

In the Niagara district rearrangements have been made, and two new copper 
circuits strung between the Ontario Power and Toronto Power transformer 
stations. In addition to providing urgently required relief, the new circuits are 
so connected to the existing circuits in the system that they provide an additional 
circuit to Toronto. 

Between Davenport and Wiltshire transformer stations in Toronto, installa- 
tion has been completed of an underground, pilot-wire cable, containing 16 
telephone circuits to be used for communication between these two points and 
to tie in with the Niagara lines. 

In all telephone work completed during the last year, special attention has 
been paid to making the various circuits "noise free" and considerable work in 
this connection has been done in the system used in the operation of the lower 
voltage transmission lines. 

DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 

The work carried on by the Distribution section of the Electrical Engineering 
department covers the engineering for the construction of rural lines, distribution 
feeder lines, metering equipments, distribution systems for municipalities, etc. 
A tabular report of the work done during the past year may be found in Appendix 
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SECTION VII 



THE LABORATORIES 



This department has experienced during the past year an increased demand 
for its services from other departments of the Commission. This has necessitated 
additions to the equipment and staff. 

Special mention may be made of the following features of the year's opera- 
tions which are dealt with in greater detail below : the increased pressure upon 
the Approvals laboratory, which has been partially relieved by an addition of 
fifty per cent, to the testing space and the installation of additional equipment; 
the expansion of the field inspection in both the electrical and physical sections; 
the valuable results of the programme of concrete research and inspection of 
concrete structures, and the close study which is being made to detect abnormal 
operating phenomena on the 220,000-volt lines. 

There has been an increasing interest taken by the municipalities in the 
department, but there is still room for improvement in this direction. It is 
hoped that the municipalities will cultivate a closer contact, as the department 
can be of great service to them. 

The department has continued its co-operation with other engineering and 
scientific organizations. Proof is continually being afforded of the mutual 
benefits resulting from contacts made in this cooperative work with organiza- 
tions such as The National Research Council of Canada, The Ontario Research 
Foundation, The Canadian Engineering Standards Association, The Engineering 
Institute of Canada, The American Institute of Electrical Engineers, The Ameri- 
can Society for Testing Materials, The National Fire Protection Association, 
The International Electrotechnical Commission, and The International Associa- 
tion of Electrical Inspectors. 

High-Tension and General Electrical Laboratory 

The general nature of the work carried out by this section has not altered 
appreciably from that of previous years, with the exception that considerably 
more shop inspection has been done by various members of the staff. 

Shop Inspection 

Routine shop inspection of transformers, rotating machinery and other 
apparatus has been conducted on a much larger scale than heretofore. Inspection 
of insulators throughout their process of manufacture has been given a larger 
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Lightning Investigations 

Records of lightning surges have been obtained during the year though the 
general investigation has been carried on in a very modest way. Additional 
information has been obtained on ground resistances and on the relative accuracy 
of various methods of testing them. A systematic improvement in the tower 
ground resistance in the eastern section of the 220,000-volt line to Paugan Falls 
was carried out during the summer to reduce the chances of interruptions to 
service from lightning. 

The Commission is considering the matter of extending this work to a 
considerable degree by the application of the cathode ray oscillograph and 
lightning generator. 

Special Tests of Equipment 

Investigations have been made of the application and effectiveness of 
various types of apparatus, equipment, and materials, their uses and proposed 
uses.' Much of this is routine work but frequently the requirements of standard- 
ized specifications are called in question and special studies must be made. 

Radio Interference 

Further attention has also been given to the problem of radio interference, 
and in a number of cases satisfactory solutions have been proposed. 

Meter and Standard Laboratories 

Standards 

This section of the Laboratories supervises the maintenance of the standards 
by which the electrical meters used by the Commission for its private use are 
checked . The equipment maintained is complete and satisfactory for this purpose. 

Special Equipment 

Equipment having special electrical characteristics is purchased or built 
from time to time as the need arises: the meter shop is frequently called upon for 
work of this kind. 

Meters 

A large number of watthour meters has been repaired and others rebuilt 
ready for inspection by the Dominion Department of Gas and Electricity 
Inspection. Repairs and adjustments to various types of meters, such as volt- 
meters, ammeters, wattmeters, meggers, time switches, etc., have been made on 
a somewhat larger scale than in previous years. 

Commercial Tests 

This section has made a considerable number of tests for other organizations 
and for individuals. Among the more important of these tests are: calibration 
of meters and load and efficiency measurements in industrial plants. The depart- 
ment has recently undertaken the testing of linemen's gloves for a large organiza- 
tion in eastern Canada. These tests aie made periodically in accordance with 
a carefully arranged programme adopted by the organization to safeguard the 
workmen. 

Illumination Laboratory 
Lamp Testing 

In keeping with the increased volume of lamp sales during the past year, 
the Illumination section of the Laboratories has tested a proportionally larger 
number of lamps than during any previous year. 



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KLYDONOGRAPH INSTALLATION AT LEASIDE TRANSFORMER STATION 

This instrument records disturbances of very short duration which may arise on the lines and be 
transmitted to the station equipment 



The sole purpose of this testing is to maintain the quality of "Hydro" 
lamps. The method of systematically testing samples from the run of the 
factors- for the Commission's orders enables the relative life performance of the 
various sizes and types of lamps to be observed. By making tests to determine 
the effects of variations in construction, it was possible to cause an appreciable 
improvement in the life performance of some of the smaller sizes of lamps. 

To settle a point raised by a user of "Hydro" power and lamps, a quantity 
of Lunar (blue bulb) lamps were tested in comparison with similar lamps con- 
structed with clear bulbs. The results indicated that the blue bulb does not 
shorten the life. 

The life of series lamps is generally so much greater than their rated value 
that very few of these tests are run to completion, it being necessary to discon- 
tinue the tests after the lamps have burned well beyond the stated requirements. 

Commercial Tests of Lighting Equipment 

Tests of this kind are confined principally to industrial and commercial 
lighting equipment. Most of this has been standardized for several years, and 
the few tests made during the year were for the purpose of obtaining comparative 
information relative to American and European lighting glassware. There are 
large differences in efficiency among different brands of glassware that appear 
equal in all other respects. This service has been utilized by several "Hydro" 
municipalities. One of the largest has made repeated use of the facilities of 
the Laboratory to obtain data relative to competitive brands of street lighting 
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Lighting Service 

This service, which is rendered upon request, includes inspection and 
survey of unsatisfactory lighting conditions with plans for their rehabilitation, 
lighting plans for new buildings and advice regarding unusual lighting require- 
ments. 

A few of the managers of local municipalities have availed themselves of 
this service and repeated requests for service have come from this small group. 
In most cases the service has been requested on behalf of power users in the 
municipalities. 

On several occasions it was necessary to make laboratory tests of equipment 
in connection with some of the problems. In this respect the laboratories are 
exceptionally well equipped to serve the needs of customers of the municipalities. 
Automobile Headlight Testing 

Several years of study and observation of the illumination of highways by 
means of automobile headlamps have resulted in a reduction in the number of 
types of optical equipment to a very few that fulfil the requirements of the specifi- 
cations based upon present-day knowledge of the subject. Improvements in 
headlamps (except for the form of the housing) are infrequent, consequently very 
few tests are required. However, many times during the year experimental 
models of equipment are submitted by inventors for examination with a view to 
official tests if the designs indicate the possibility of satisfactory results. 

Engineering Materials Laboratory 

The amount of work handled by this section has exceeded that of any 
previous year, and while as much research work as time permitted has been 
carried out, of necessity the activities of the section have been largely of a 
routine nature. 
Inspection 

The inspection division of the laboratory has had an especially busy year. 
In addition to the work entailed in the inspection of materials for a year of 
increased construction, it has been found advisable to enlarge the list of materials 
usually examined so that at present a very large proportion of those purchased 
are inspected either completely or in part, as may be found advisable, depending 
upon the importance of the particular materials and their sources of supply. 
While a very large proportion of these standard materials are found to be 
acceptable, rejections are sometimes necessary because of defects, but more 
frequently on account of their not being of the grade ordered. This work, in 
addition to eliminating objectionable material, enables our engineers to compare 
the products from the various sources of supply, and is of value in making further 
purchases. 

Our inspectors have been required to fill another very important part in 
addition to inspection. Very frequently, and to a greater extent during the past 
year, it has been found difficult to obtain materials in sufficient time to meet our 
construction schedules. From their close touch w ith the work and their intimate 
knowledge of the plants and other organizations, the inspectors are in an advan- 
tageous position to' expedite material, and in some cases this feature becomes 
more important than the inspection itself. 
General Research 

No new investigations have been carried out in the past years, except those 
arising from routine work, to which solutions are immediately required. Several 



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Chart showing degree of temperature control obtained in the concrete specimen storage room in the 

field laboratory at Queenston as a result of apparatus developed by the 

Engineering Materials Laboratory. 



problems of the latter type have been studied and solved, and in some instances 
the information obtained in this way has aided the manufacturers in improving 
their product. 

Concrete Research 

The principal research activity of the Engineering Materials Laboratory 
has been a continuation of the study of the behaviour of structures in service. 
The Commission's structures are being very closely watched and any unusual 
condition observed has been carefully studied. One case of incipent alkali 
attack was thus detected, and new information on the corrosive action of natural 
waters has been obtained. 

The observations made upon the corrosive action of certain types of waters 
has shoun the need for a determination of the exact chemical characteristics of 



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the various natural waters that the concrete structures of the Commission have 
to resist, and work along these lines was undertaken during the year. Weekly 
samples are being obtained from fifteen different rivers and tested, and at the 
same time, the closely related problem of the character of the changes brought 
about in both the concrete and the water when the latter seeps through concrete 
is being studied. 

In addition to the Commission's plants, about seventy-five concrete struc- 
tures belonging to others have been inspected during the year. Structures were 
usually inspected in groups, each group being chosen with a view to getting 
information along certain definite lines. For example, the structures of one 
district have been carefully examined for evidence of the effect of defective 
aggregate, those of another for the effect of very pure natural waters, while a 
third group, which was inspected, consisted entirely of old dams of a certain 
type. Much valuable information has been secured. 

Waterproofing Materials 

As mentioned in previous reports, a study has been in progress for two years 
of the effectiveness of the clear and colourless liquid waterproofing materials used 
commonly for the purpose of preserving and protecting stone, brick and concrete 
surfaces. The tests, which are now complete, show that none of the materials 
tested had any permanent value when applied to concrete surfaces. 

Temperature Control in the Field Laboratory 

A laboratory for the field testing of concrete is installed on every major 
concreting operation of the Commission in order to control the quality of the 
concrete used. One of the difficulties encountered with these laboratories has 
been to maintain the curing temperature of the concrete specimens between 
65° and 70° F. at all times. During the past winter a cheap but efficient system 
of temperature regulation was worked out and has been in successful use in the 
field laboratory installed at Oueenston for the powerhouse extension now being 
built. Very close temperature regulation has been obtained with this installation, 
and it has proved so successful that similar equipment is being installed on the 
Alexander pow er development and in the cylinder storage room of the laboratory. 

Chemical Laboratory 

The Chemical Laboratory cooperates very closely with all other depart- 
ments of the Laboratories and much of its work arises from investigations 
originating in these departments. A typical case in point is the study of natural 
waters referred to previously. 

Insulating Oils 

One of the important materials used by the Commission in the operation of 
its electrical equipment is insulating oil. It forms an indispensable part of every 
transformer and large circuit breaker. It is also one of the most complex of 
materials and many things about its behaviour in service are but partly under- 
stood. In recent years the Commission has taken an active interest in furthering 
the study of this class of oils. It is represented on several important technical 
committees studying them and has actively cooperated with the American 
Society for Testing Materials, the International Electrochemical Commission, 
and the Canadian Engineering Standards Association in their investigations and 
standardization work. An extensive series of tests on oils was completed during 
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CHEMICAL LABORATORY 

Apparatus for making life tests on paint. Conditions equivalent to 

noon-day sun alternating with rain are furnished by this machine 



these, the laboratory has been studying the behaviour of breaker oils in service 
and is commencing an investigation of the nature of the gases that form in trans- 
formers and breakers under both normal and abnormal conditions of operation. 

Scale in Transformers 

An interesting problem was presented by a bank of transformers in which 
the cooling coils became so filled with scale from the cooling water used that they 
could not be operated. A study was made of the type of scale formed and a 
method worked out for removing it by forcing a solvent through the pipe. The 
reatment was entirely successful and made the purchase of new coils unnecessary. 



Corrosion of Pipes 

A somewhat different problem was successfully solved at another station 
where the cooling water used was corroding the pipes badly. The cause of this 
trouble was determined and a remedy developed which has eliminated the trouble. 



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Paints 

The testing of paints is a continuing operation. A certain percentage of all 
purchases are regularly sampled and checked, and new paints are investigated 
and classified. In addition, the behaviour of paints actually in service are studied 
and their performance compared to the laboratory tests already made. In this 
way the laboratory is able to assist the engineers in deciding the best means and 
the proper material for protecting the Commission's structures. 

One of the difficulties in testing paints is the time required to obtain informa- 
tion as to their weathering properties. It has been found by experience that at 
least two years' outdoor exposure is required to weed out paints of doubtful 
quality, and most good paints will be on the test racks from three to five years 
before failure. Recently an apparatus has been developed which overcomes this 
difficulty in part. It consists of a slowly revolving cylindrical drum on which 
the test panels are mounted. In the center of the drum a special arc lamp is hung 
the light rays of which closely approach the sun's rays in actinic quality. During 
each revolution the test panels are sprayed for a short time with water. It has 
been found that paints tested by this machine fail in the same manner as paints 
in service, and instead of taking several years to bring about failure, as in ordinary 
exposure testing, failure occurs in from forty to fifty hours or sooner if the paint 
is of poor quality. 

Wood Preservatives 

The Commission uses annually many thousands of wooden poles. All of 
these are subject to decay, and in a number of localities deterioration occurs 
very rapidly. In spite of the fact that the Commission treats most of its poles, 
the annual loss from this cause is very great, and ways and means of lessening 
it through a better treatment of the poles are always being sought. To assist 
the engineers in solving this problem, a test plot has been installed north of 
Barrie where pole deterioration has been particularly bad, and 30 pole butts of 
different kinds of timber treated in various ways have been placed in the ground 
there. The condition of these poles will be regularly examined and reported upon. 

Photographic Branch 

This Department has been quite busy all through the year. Many trips 
have been made to record the activities of the Commission, notably the erection 
of the new St. Thomas and Port Colborne transmission lines, and the western 
section of the second Gatineau line. Progress photos have been taken monthly 
at Queenston on the erection of No. 10 unit, and at Leaside on the installation 
of the condenser station and the extension to the Leaside station. Trips have 
also been made to Bracebridge covering work at Hanna Chute and the new plant 
at Trethewey falls; to Powassan where a record was made on the new Elliott 
Chute plant, and the Bingham Chute and Nipissing Generation station near 
there. Photographs covering the installations of "Hydro" in several of the rural 
power districts have also been taken. 

A hand movie camera has been added to the equipment of the section and 
has been carried on each of the above trips. It is proposed to assemble the 
pictures taken with it into several groups and to add to them as circumstances 
permit so that ultimately the Commission will have available moving pictures 
of all its plants and activities. At Queenston a record of the concrete plant and 
mixing and delivering methods is being made. Some of the erection methods 
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PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY 

Apparatus designed in the Photographic Laboratory for developing the long films 

used in the Klydonograph 

The inside activities have also been many and varied covering the developing 
and finishing of photos taken by the Engineering staff while in the field, copying 
maps, drawings, blueprints, etc., making lantern slides and enlargements. 
Developing and finishing the klydonograph records made out on the transmission 
lines has also involved much work. In connection with the research work of 
the laboratories, the photographic branch was asked to handle the films from 
the continuous recording klydonograph which were 8J/2 feet long. This was 
successfully accomplished by building a circular rack turned by a hand crank 
in a special semi-circular tray which contained the developer. A picture of this 
new equipment is attached. 



Approvals Laboratory 



Applications for regular approval report and listing to the number of 475 
were received during the year, an increase of 45 per cent over the preceding year. 
Of these applications 26.5 per cent referred to motor-operated appliances, 23.5 
per cent to heating appliances, 15.5 per cent to radio and sound-reproducing 
appliances, 15 per cent to lighting devices, including portable lamps, 10 per 
cent to wiring devices and 9.5 per cent to sockets, switches, etc. In addition 
62 special applications for temporary approval, or limited label service, were 
received, and 184 applications for listing of equipment approved by Under- 
writers' Laboratories, an increase of 22 per cent, were also recorded. 

Final approval reports to the number of 258, an increase of 57 per cent, 
were issued in addition to a much larger number of preliminary letter reports. 
351 white card summaries of these reports, together with 167 green card reprints 
of Underwriters' Laboratories listings were printed. 



U2 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

At the close of the year, 273 reports remained incomplete, but all applica- 
tions with the exception of 24 had already received attention and the submittor 
had been advised of the results of a preliminary test and examination. 

To take care of the large increase in the number of applications received, 
two engineers have been added to the staff. The clerical work in connection 
with the re-examination and label service has also increased to such an extent 
that two more clerks have been taken on together with an additional typist. 

The enforcement of regulations regarding the sale of electrical equipment 
has been assigned to one engineer who is directing the work of prosecution of 
offenders both in the Toronto district and through the local inspectors in the 
other inspection districts throughout the Province. About 25 charges have been 
laid during the year. Convictions were registered in almost every case as no 
charge was laid until ample opportunity had been given the offender to correct 
his error in a reasonable time. These cases covered sales of unapproved radio 
and sound-reproducing equipment, portable lamps, sockets, electric tools, 
incubators and brooders, flexible tubing, armoured cable and heating appliances. 
Charges were laid in Toronto, Hamilton, Ottawa, and Kitchener districts with 
very beneficial results. 

Two supplements to the list of approved electrical equipment have been 
issued during the year, and its distribution throughout Canada and the United 
States has been considerably extended. 

Arrangements were completed with the city electrician of Winnipeg to act 
as the Commission's representative for Approvals inspection among local 
manufacturers in that city. Negotiations are also underway for the purpose of 
appointing an agent for label service in the city of Montreal. Two inspectors 
from the laboratory are now employed full time on label and re-examination work 
and a third inspector is giving half of his time to the local work. 

Mileage travelled by these inspectors during the year amounted to 16,153, 
part of this by railway but a large proportion by automobile. 

Label users now total more than 225. Sales of labels have increased 75 
per cent in value, the larger increases being in portable lamps, signs and 
service boxes. 

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DIVISION 

To comment upon the functions and scope of the Electrical Inspection 
department would entail the repetition of statements made in recent annual 
reports. In the Twentieth Annual Report of the Commission (1927), a detailed 
and comprehensive description of the tests and operations of the department 
was given. 

The Electrical Inspection division, like the Testing division, differs from 
other departments of the Commission, in that it is not concerned with the sale 
of power or the rates charged for service. The main function of the department 
is to enforce the Rules and Regulations governing electrical installation work, 
which cover not only the mechanical features but the insulation values as well. 
Thus an inspector must not pass upon nor permit the use of any material, equip- 
ment or current-carrying device for connection to any circuit or source of supply 
coming under the jurisdiction of the Electrical Inspect! n division that has not 
been tested and approved by the Testing Laboratories of the Commission. 
The energies of this division of the department are entirely confined to that field. 



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The Year's Operations 

The principal feature of the year's operation worthy of comment is the 
volume of business handled, which is largely governed by building activities, 
type of construction, the extension of rural power lines, and to a variable extent, 
by the sale of electrical appliances and apparatus, such as ranges, heaters, fuel 
burners, refrigerators, etc. 

A large amount of time is devoted each year to the inspection of electrical 
installations in older buildings. Defective and obsolete wiring in 5,617 buildings 
and premises was condemned by the department as constituting a fire and life 
hazard. These buildings were re-wired, in whole or in part, at a cost estimated 
at $410,000. 

A brief resume of the year's work shows that the number of paid applications 
for inspection received was 96,701 — an increase of 1,502, or 1.5 per cent over 
the preceding year. A total of 185,582 inspections were made, being an increase 
of 5,773, or 3.1 per cent. 

Nine fires were reported to have been caused by defective wiring or equip- 
ment. 

Thirty persons and companies were prosecuted during the past twelve 
months for various infractions of the Rules and Regulations. Twenty-six con- 
victions were secured and fines ranging from ten to fifty dollars were imposed. 

Three persons were electrocuted through coming in contact with live 
equipment. It is noted, with regret, that two of these deaths were the result of 
carelessness; one, by using a portable electric heater in a bathroom; the other, 
through a mistake in making a connection to a 550-volt machine. 

The condensed summary, below, is illustrative of the amount of w ork taken 
care of during the past ten years: 



Year 


Permits 
issued 


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made 


1920 


87,399 
84,352 
90,932 
90,000 
90,497 
98,419 
92,725 
89,425 
95,199 
96,701 


160,990 


1921 


160,873 


1922.. 


182,522 


1923 


180,000 


1924 


176,108 


1925 


173,418 


1926 


174,979 


1927 


169,098 


1928 


183,724 


1929 . 


185,582 






Totals 


916,649 


1,747,294 







Canadian Electrical Code 

Mention has been made in previous reports of the part played by the 
Commission in the preparation of the Canadian Electrical Code, the first edition 
of which was published in 1927 and adopted by the Commission in 1928. The 
operation of this Code in Ontario has been eminently satisfactory. A second 
edition has been prepared and is now in the press. This embodies changes made 
necessary by advances in the art and by the experience of inspectors throughout 
the Dominion since the first edition was published. It is expected that the new 
edition will be adopted in 1930. 



114 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



SECTION VIII 



ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 



ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAYS 



Way and Structures 

The single-track extension of the Parent Avenue route on Tecumseh road, 
Walkerville, mentioned in last year's annual report, was constructed and was 
placed in operation on February 14, 1929. This extension, from the westerly 
limits of Walkerville to Walker road is 2,300 feet long and is placed off centre, 
in the double-track unpaved reservation provided in the centre of the street. 
The construction is of the open type except at street intersections, at which 
points the track is paved with granite blocks on concrete paving base. Tubular 
steel poles for ornamental street lighting and railway overhead construction 
were erected on this extension and arrangements made whereby the cost of the 
pole lines was borne equally by the municipality and the railway. 

In addition to the normal maintenance work required on the system, 
reconstruction work of a major character was carried out on London street and 
Sandwich street west in Windsor and on Sandwich street in the town of Sandwich. 
The bridge over Turkey creek was also reconstructed during the year. 

On London street in Windsor the reconstruction work was performed in 
conjunction with the city's street widening scheme. The reconstruction pro- 
gramme involves the complete reconstruction of the paved double track from 
Ouellette avenue to Salter avenue, a distance of 2,600 feet, the partial recon- 
struction from Salter avenue to Elm avenue, a distance of 900 feet, and the 
complete reconstruction between the M.C.R. bridge and the west city limits, a 
distance of 2,100 feet. Also involved was the moving of the existing steel-pole 
lines from Bruce avenue to the west city limits, this latter work being done at 
the expense of the municipality. It was, however, found impossible to complete 
the reconstruction programme during 1929 owing to the fact that the city's 
plans for widening London street east of Janette street were not completed. 
That portion of the work therefore, between Janette street and Ouellette avenue 
for a distance of 1,900 feet, still remains to be completed, and it is expected that 
this work will be done during the ensuing year. Where complete reconstruction 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION H5 

was necessary, standard paved double track was installed, consisting of 100-pound 
A.R.A.-A. rail on international twin steel ties, with concrete ballast and pave- 
ment. Partial reconstruction between Salter avenue and Elm avenue consisted 
of the replacement of the 85-pound C.P.R. rail and asphalt block pavement, 
with 100-pound A.R.A.-A. rail on steel tie plates, and granite block pavement, 
the existing wood ties and concrete base being utilized. Joints were thermit 
welded throughout. 

On Sandwich street west in Windsor, the bridge over the Canadian Pacific 
Railway was reconstructed by that company, necessitating reconstruction of 
the street railway paved single track in a slightly different location for a distance 
of 500 feet. As the single track which was replaced was in a wornout condition, 
arrangements were made with the Canadian Pacific Railway, providing for the 
work being done by the Commission's forces, the Commission supplying the 
necessary steel rails and steel ties in place at its own expense, all other costs 
in connection with the work being borne by the railway company. 

The pile trestle over Turkey creek having reached such a condition that 
further repairs were not considered economical, complete reconstruction was 
made. The new trestle consists of eight, four-pile bents with timber deck. 

On Sandwich street in the town of Sandwich, double-track construction is 
proceeding in the centre of the street between Rosedale avenue and Detroit 
streets, for a distance of approximately one-quarter mile. The double track 
between these two streets was formerly situated on private right-of-way at the 
south side of the street and as the track at each end swung across the pavement 
to regain the centre of the street a somewhat hazardous condition existed. 
Arrangements have been made with the municipality providing for the new 
track construction to be in the centre of the street, the municipality purchasing 
the private right-of-way for street widening purposes. The municipality has 
also agreed to bear the cost of pavement on the new track allowance. Tubular 
steel poles for the joint use of the municipality and the railway for lighting and 
railway overhead are also being erected. It is expected that the work will be 
completed and placed in operation before the end of the calendar year 1929. 

An addition to the car yard property was made by the purchase of the 
Fleming property fronting on Sandwich street in Windsor. The car house 
property now extends from London street on the south to Sandwich street on 
the north, with a frontage of 237 feet on the former street, and 120 feet on the 
latter, the total length between the two streets being 1,062 feet. 



Equipment 

The railway equipment was well maintained, no new equipment being added. 

Operation 

The gross revenue for the year 1929 amounted to $1,241,042 as compared 
with $1,158,710 for 1928, an increase of $82,331. 

The net operating revenue for the year 1929 was $305,962 as compared with 
a net in 1928 of $274,377, an increase of $31,585. The interest and taxes for 



H6 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

the year 1929 amounted to $266,881 as compared with $260,272 for the year 
1928, an increase in fixed charges of $6,609. 

The improvement in passenger business noted towards the close of 1928 
continued for the first six months of 1929, each month showing an increase in 
revenue passengers carried as compared with the corresponding period for the 
previous year. The increase in passenger earnings was increased in a greater 
proportion due to the higher rate of fare for the first six months of 1929 as 
compared with 1928. For the last six months the rate of fare is the same for 
both years, but during this period the number of revenue passengers carried in 
1929 showed a considerable decrease from the 1928 figures with a corresponding 
decrease in earnings. From November 1 to April 30, revenue passengers increased 
355,678 over 1928 and from May 1 to October 31 decreased 586,789, a net decrease 
for the year of 231,111. 

The industrial depression in the Border Cities resulting from the partial or 
total closing of automotive factories and allied industries in the early summer of 
1929 is responsible for the falling off in passenger earnings. The Chamber of 
Commerce report of automobile workers employed in September was 7,934 as 
compared with 14,280 in April, and it was noted that many of these were working 
part time only. 

The College Avenue line was placed in operation in December, 1927, and 
carried 451,177 revenue passengers, replacing bus service to a considerable 
extent. Bus revenue passengers were 348,907 less than in 1928. The Parent 
Avenue extension was put in operation in February and this line carried 560,171 
more fare passengers than in 1928. All other city car lines except Seminole 
(29,400 increase) showed decreases. The Howard Avenue bus line carried 
262,093 passengers more than in 1928. 

There was a reduction in freight tonnage from 19,183 tons in 1928 to 12,540 
tons in 1929, due to the curtailment of shipments to the export docks. This was 
offset by a substantial increase in car rentals. 

The net result of the year's operations shows a surplus of $44,471 after 
paying interest and taxes but without taking care of depreciation, as compared 
with $14,095 in 1928. Passenger revenue increased $76,262 and freight revenue 
increased $3,249 over 1928. Gross revenue increased $82,331. 

Arrangements are being made to operate a bus service over the Ambassador 
bridge early in November. 

The financial statements respecting the railway are given in Section IX of 
this report. The accompanying chart indicates the growth of the railway for 
the past five years. 

The mileage operated by the various types of cars and buses during the 
year is as follows: single-truck, hand-brakes, two-man cars, 5,009 car-miles; 
double-truck, air-brakes, two-man cars 244,113 car-miles; interurban cars, 
516,849 car-miles; single-truck, safety cars, 735,945 car-miles; double-truck, 
safety cars, 1,347,437 car-miles; express cars, 18,182 car-miles; buses, 507,887 
bus-miles; service cars, 22,269 car-miles; total, 3,397,691 car- and bus-miles. 



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US TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

ESSEX DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Operating Statistics, 1929 

Route-miles: 

City trolley 24 . 29 

City bus 18.50 

Amherstburg interurban 13 . 54 

Tecumseh interurban 6.10 

Total route-miles 62 . 43 

Passenger and freight car-miles operated 3,375,422 

Passenger and freight car-hours operated 380,394 

Passengers carried 19,703,333 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 17.24 

Passenger cars operated 65 

Passenger buses operated 15 

Passengers carried per route-mile 315,607 

Passengers carried per car-mile 5,869 

Passengers carried per car-hour 52 . 57 

Average mileage per car operated 38,504 

Average mileage per bus operated 33,859 

Average passengers per car operated 282,263 

Average passengers per bus operated 90,415 

Freight tonnage carried 12,540 



WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAPID RAILWAY 

On the 8th of September, 1929, the operation of the Windsor, Essex and 
Lake Shore Rapid Railway was taken over by the Commission under agreement 
with the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Electric Railway Association, the latter 
body, representing a number of municipalities traversed by the railway, having 
purchased the line from the original owners, the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore 
Rapid Railway Company, at a cost of $296,000. 

Way and Structures 

This railway consists of 36.12 miles of standard gauge single track extending 
from the intersection of Pitt street and Ouellette avenue in downtown Windsor 
to Leamington, with numerous industrial sidings along the route. In Windsor, 
Essex, Cottam, Kingsville and Leamington the track is situated in the centre 
of the street, while on the balance of the line it is constructed on a narrow strip 
of private right-of-way of varying widths, adjacent to the highway. 

The main line track in Windsor, Essex, Kingsville and Leamington is paved, 
chiefly with vitrified brick, the balance is of the open type of construction. The 
rail is mainly 80^pound A.S.C.E. section, in 33-foot lenghs. Approximately 
7,000 pairs of two-hole angle bars have been used. Ties are of hardwood in 
paved construction and of cedar and jackpine in the open construction. 

The overhead system of cross-span construction in Windsor is chiefly 
carried on steel poles. On the balance of the line, 30 to 35-foot cedar poles have 
been used, with iron brackets supporting catenary construction except in Essex, 
Cottam, Kingsville and Leamington, where cross-span construction is in use. 
The 10-point catenary construction consists of 7/16 steel-stranded messenger 
wire supporting a 3/0 grooved copper trolley wire. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



119 




WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAPID RAILWAY 
Bathing Beach and Dressing Rooms at Point Pelee Park 




WINDSOR, ESSEX & LAKE SHORE RAPID RAILWAY 



120 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

A combined car house and freight shed of solid brick construction is situated 
on Arthur street in Windsor. In Kingsville there is a small car house of solid 
brick construction, also a garage of corrugated iron construction. The head 
office and the freight shed is also located at Kingsville. In addition there are a 
number of small stations, shelters and miscellaneous buildings including a 
combined station and freight shed at Essex. 



Equipment 

The car equipment consists of seven motor passenger cars, four trail cars, 
four Gotfredson buses, three express cars, one snow plow, two box cars, four 
gondola freight cars and five flat cars. 



Power 

The steam power house for the system is situated on Park street in Kings- 
ville and consists of a solid brick building with boiler house of concrete block. 

Steam is generated in four 360-h.p. water-tube boilers. Electrical power is 
generated by two cross-compound horizontal slow-speed engines each direct 
connected to a 500-kw. Westinghouse single-phase 6,600-volt generator. 



Rehabilitation 

The railway system, in all its branches, has been poorly maintained and 
extensive rehabilitation is necessary throughout. The rehabilitation programme 
which has been approved by the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Electric Railway 
Association under the terms of its agreement with the Commission is outlined 
below, the estimated cost being $674,000. This amount, together with the 
purchase cost of $296,000 and expenses in connection with acquisition and 
financing will place the capital cost at $1,000,000. 

Way and Structures: 

Reconstructing roadbed, including drainage, ballasting, retieing, 

replatin? joints and bonding $238,000 

Construction of new sidings 20,000 

New overhead and feeder system 140,000 

Telephone and signal system 21,000 

Track extension in Leamington 20,000 

New freight shed at Leamington and repairs to station buildings. . . . 5,000 

$444,000 

Equipment: 

5 new cars (4 motor, and 1 trail) $112,000 

2 locomotives 18,000 

3 rebuilt city cars 20,000 

Repairs to buses 5,000 

Total equipment 155,000 

Power: 

Construction of new substations 75,000 

Grand total $674,000 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION I2J 

Way and Structures 

The work contemplated under this heading includes the partial reconstruc- 
tion of approximately one mile of paved single track in Windsor and all of the 
paved track in Essex and Cottam. On the balance of the line, where open track 
exists, it is proposed to install 60,000 cedar ties, 7,000 four-hole angle bars to 
replace the existing two-hole bars now in use, and 13,000 bonds. It is also 
proposed to reballast a major portion of the line, repair small bridges and culverts 
and renew defective special work. 

In order to provide passing points for the improved service to be inaugurated, 
provision has been made for the construction of new passing sidings. 

Reconstruction of the overhead system includes the replacement of the 
majority of the wood poles, erection of new catenary construction throughout 
consisting of 7/16 steel-strand messenger and 4/0 grooved copper contact wire 
supported on existing mast arms, and the installation of an adequate feeder 
system. 

Provision is made for the installation of new telephone and signal system 
throughout. 

In Leamington an extension of approximately 4,000 feet of track is con- 
templated to accommodate summer traffic to Seacliff park and allowance is 
made for the construction of a new freight shed to take care of the increased 
business which is offered. 

Rehabilitation work as outlined above is proceeding as rapidly as possible 
and the various materials necessary are being assembled. Due to the lateness 
of the season, the market for cedar ties is limited, but it is expected that half of 
the number required will be installed before the advent of severe weather. The 
partial reconstruction of the paved track in Windsor is practically completed, 
15,000 cedar ties have been installed on the open track and 5,000 yards of ballast 
have been placed in the track to date. The freight shed at Leamington has been 
completed and is now in use. 



GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Way and Structures 

The construction of a short spur to the Guelph Stove Company's plant on 
York road constituted the only track extension during the year. This spur was 
built under the terms of the Standard Siding agreement, the Stove Company 
assuming the perishable cost and paying a 6 per cent, per annum rental on the 
non-perishable cost. It is expected that considerable business will accrue to the 
railway as a result of this construction, the Stove Company having recently 
completed a large addition to its plant. 

In addition to the general maintenance work performed throughout the 
year, major repairs were executed on the paved single track on Gordon street 
and the single track on Ontario street was partially rebuilt. 

On Gordon street, 2,000 feet of paved single track extending from Waterloo 
avenue on the north to a point near the Speed River crossing on the south was 
repaired by removing the existing continuous joints and welding the rails together 
by means of the Thermit process. 



\22 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

On Ontario street from Neeve street to the C.P.R. diamond crossing, a 
distance of approximately one-half mile, major repairs were necessary. This 
single track is located in the centre of the street between two strips of concrete 
pavement. It consists of 60-pound rail on wood ties with gravel ballast and 
pavement. The light rail over which passed the heavy freight cars from the 
C.P.R. interchange was worn out, and was replaced with 80-pound A.S.C.E. 
rail. Ties were renewed where necessary and the gravel ballast and pavement 
replaced, the paving surface being treated with asphaltic oil and stone screenings. 

The track on the Suffolk route is in poor condition. This route has been 
the subject of negotiations with the city during the year and estimates have 
been submitted showing the comparative costs of track renewal with continued 
street car operation, and bus operations, which latter substitute has been 
suggested. Negotiations in this connection are proceeding. 

Operation 

The operating revenue for the Guelph District Railways for 1929 was 
$88,145 as compared with $91,242 in 1928. The total operating expenses for 
the year 1929 were $80,132, as compared with $75,902 in 1928. Taxes for the 
year 1929 amounted to $1,348 as compared with S2,699 in 1928. The net 
operating revenue for the year 1929 amounted to $8,014 as compared with 
$15,340 in 1928. The interest and debenture payments were $26,215 as compared 
with $26,434 in 1928. The renewal set aside w r as $10,252 as compared with 
$10,275 in 1928. The deficit for the year 1929 amounted to $29,802 as compared 
with $24,068 in 1928. 

Included in the above deficit is $6,989 which has been set aside each year 
for amortizing the original value of the railway line previous to the transfer of 
this line to the Hydro-Electric Power Commission; and also an interest charge 
of $4,711; renewal account for the year of $10,252. 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAYS 

Operating Statistics, 1929 

Route-miles: 

Trolley 8.49 

Bus 1.65 



Total route-miles 10. 14 

Track-miles, trolley 10 . 05 

Passenger cars operated 8 

Bus operated 1 

Passenger car-miles operated 274,014 

Bus-miles operated 39,054 

Passenger car-hours operated 34,261 

Bus-hours operated 6, 198 

Revenue passengers carried 1,397,011 

Transfer passengers carried 268,462 

Free passengers carried 3,658 

Total passengers carried ■ • 1,669,131 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers .' . 19.2 

Freight motors operated 1 

Freight motor-miles operated 10,342 

Freight motor-hours operated 2 ,245 

Total passenger, freight and service car-miles operated 323,658 

Accidents, thirty-nine, of which thirty-four were due to automobiles. 
Accidents per 100,000 car-miles, 1927—8.24; 1928—4.25; 1929—12.3. 



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SECTION IX 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to Properties Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission on Behalf of Municipalities 

The following explanatory statement is submitted with a view to affording 
a satisfactory understanding of the manner in which the various operations of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are conducted and financed 
and thus contributing to the interest of those concerned either directly or 
indirectly with the work of the Commission. 

The "Hydro" electrical undertaking of Ontario is an organization of a large 
number of partner municipalities co-ordinated into groups or systems for securing 
common action with respect to power supplies, through the medium of the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission which under the Power Commission Act 
functions as their trustee. The undertaking as a whole, embracing all the 
operations from the provision of the power down to its final delivery to the 
ultimate consumer, involves two distinct phases of operations. 

The first phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — 
either by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and 
delivery in wholesale quantities to individual municpal utilities, to large industrial 
consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations is per- 
formed by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee for the 
municipalities acting- collectively in groups or "systems," and the financial 
statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities are presented 
in this section of the Annual Report. 

The second phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various municipal 
utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts, which 
usually embrace within their confines portions of more than one township, the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, 
but also — on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical 
and financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail to 
the consumers within the rural power districts.* The financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in this section of the 
report. In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility com- 
missions under the general supervision of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data relating 
to such individual electrical utilities are presented in Section X of this report. 

*For further information respecting rural power districts consult latter portion of Section 
III in this Report. 



126 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

Having the foregoing distinctions respecting wholesale and retail electrical 
service in mind, the following brief notes will assist to an understanding of the 
economic structure and of the general plan of administration of the undertaking, 
and will make clearer the financial tables herein presented. The basic principle 
governing the financial operations of the undertaking is that electrical service 
be given by the Commission to the municipalities and by the municipalities to 
the ultimate consumers at cost. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various munici- 
palities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the sources of 
supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power develop- 
ments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected munici- 
palities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative use made 
of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsibility for that 
portion of property employed in providing and transmitting power for its use, 
together with such expenses — including the cost of purchased power if any — as 
are incidental to the provision and delivery of its wholesale power. The entire 
annual expenses, — including appropriations for reserves, — incurred by the 
Commission in the supply of power at wholesale are thus paid out of revenues 
collected in respect of such power, through the medium of power bills rendered 
by the Commission. The municipalities are billed at an estimated interim rate 
each month during the year and credit or debit adjustment is made at the end 
of the year,* when the Commission's books are closed and the actual cost payable 
by each municipality for power received has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the whole- 
sale cost of power — besides such direct expenses as those for operation and 
maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are sums 
required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, and for obsolescence 
and contingencies. The first-mentioned reserve is for the purpose of liquidating 
the capital liabilities; consequently, as capital obligations are discharged the plant 
will progressively be freed from interest expense. The other reasons are, respec- 
tively, being created to provide funds for the replacing or rebuilding of plant 
as it wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace existing equipment with 
improved equipment as it becomes available through advances in science and 
invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from time to time may 
arise. 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the total 
revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission; the balance 
of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense incurred by 
the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 

The results obtained by the annual adjustments of the Commission's 
capital investment, operating expenses and fixed charges, as they affect individual 
municipalities are shown in the tables for the respective systems. For the purpose 
of financial statement, the various systems are treated as separate units and for 

♦The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December 31, and the municipal accounts are made 
up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 127 

each of them similar statements and details are presented. Many of the pages 
which follow, therefore, simply repeat for each system data similar to those 
which are presented for the first system dealt with in each division of the report, 
namely, the Niagara system. In order, therefore, to possess a ready grasp of all 
the figures presented in this and other similar reports of the Commission, all 
that is necessary is to have a true understanding of the financial procedure 
followed in connection with one system and with one municipal "Hydro" utility. 
The accounts of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and are also duly audited. 

Tabular Data 

The first tabular statement given in Section IX is a general balance sheet 
exhibiting the assets and liabilities of the undertakings relating to the properties 
constructed or otherwise acquired and being operated by the Commission as 
trustee for the municipalities of the various systems. 

The general balance sheet is followed by groups of statements relating in 
turn to each system of the Commission. These statements, for each system, 
are similar in character and include: — 

Operating Account for the year, showing, for the system as a whole, 
the various items of operating expense and fixed charges entering into the 
cost of power as defined by the Power Commission Act, and the revenues 
collected by the Commission from the partner municipalities and other 
consumers. 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality or rural power district of the items of cost summarized in the 
Operating Account, as well as the apportionment of the capital expenditures 
listed in the balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each muni- 
cipality. It should be appreciated that the cost of power given in this table 
is the wholesale cost, — that is, the cost which the Commission receives for 
the power delivered from the main transformer stations serving the local 
utility or rural power district. In the case of rural power districts, the costs 
of power for the respective districts appear also in the "Rural Operating" 
statement, immediately following, as "Cost of power delivered"; in the case 
of municipal electrical utilities not directly administered by the Commission, 
the respective costs of power appear in Statement "B" of Section X as 
"Power purchased."* 

Rural Operating statement, which shows for each rural power district 
the various items of cost, and the revenues received, in connection with the 
distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

Credit or Charge statement which shows the adjustments made in 
order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility to the 
actual cost of service to that municipality. . These credits and charges are 
taken up and given effect to in the municipal accounts of "Hydro" utilities 
before the operating records of each year are closed. 

Reserve for Renewals which shows the provisions made for, the 
expenditures from, and the balances to the credit of, this fund. 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies which gives similar 
information w ith respect to this reserve. 
♦Consult footnote on previous page. 



[28 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Sinking Fund statement which gives the accumulated total of the 

amounts paid by each municipality and rural power district as part of the 

cost of power together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 
Sinking Fund Reserve which summarizes the provisions made with 

respect to this fund. 

Section IX also contains operating accounts of the various electric railways 
operated by the Commission, and a summary of the "Appropriations, Advances 
and Capital Expenditures" made during the year. 

All municipal "Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the creation 
of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the necessary 
reserves to protect generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the 
municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local "Hydro" 
utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts," relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have contracted 
with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this section there 
is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially referred. 

To illustrate further the foregoing explanatory comments, there is presented 
herewith a typical operating statement of an Ontario municipal electrical 
utility, covering its financial operations, both as a partner in a system of the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission, and as administrator of its own local 
distribution system. 



WINDSOR "HYDRO" UTILITY 

OPERATING STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1929 
REVENUE . 
Revenue from Windsor "Hydro" customers for year $1,158,005. 38 

EXPENSES 

Representative illustration of expenses incurred by the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission on behalf of a municipality in connection with the 
supplying of its electrical energy. These data really show — as determined 
by annual adjustment — what it costs the Commission to supply the muni- 
cipality with its power. See li Cost of Power" statement, page 150, for the 
city of Windsor, as follows: 

Cost (proportionate share) of operation and maintenance 
expense of Niagara generating plants, transformer 
stations and transmission lines together with adminis- 
trative expenses $1 91,444.76 

Interest on Windsor's proportionate share of capital 
investment in generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines 266,374.63 

Sinking Fund (proportionate share) provided in respect 
of generating plants, transformer stations and trans- 
mission lines 57,793.38 



1930 HYDRO-ELFXTRIC POWER COMMISSION 129 

Renewal reserve (proportionate share) provided in respect 
of generating plants, transformer stations and trans- 
mission lines $37,919.59 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserve (proportionate 
share) provided in respect of generating plants, trans- 
former stations and transmission lines — a reserve 
created to meet any unforeseen contingency or 

obsolescence expense 101,243.73 

$654,776.09 

Expenses incurred by a municipality through its utility commission 
in connection with the sale of electrical energy to consumers. Consult the 
section dealing with the Municipal Accounts: 

Operation, maintenance and administrative expenses. . . .$214,494.06 

Interest and fixed charges on debenture debt 144,034.30 

Depreciation charge 52,770.00 

$411,298.36 

Total expenses charged against revenue from customers of the 

Windsor system $1,066,074.45 

Net surplus for the year $91,930.93 

The municipality of Windsor, situated at the extreme end of the Niagara 
system, 250 miles distant from the source of power, Niagara Falls, Ontario, 
was connected to the system in October, 1914. This Hydro utility complied 
with every monetary obligation imposed upon it by the Power Commission 
Act. With the close of the fifteenth year of operation, this utility's total 
assets are $4,441,447.14; liabilities, $2,369,882.51, and reserves and surplus 
$2,071,564.63, as shown in the municipalities' balance sheets, in Section X, 
Statement "A". 

By reference to this municipality's balance sheet, it will be noted that the 
Windsor "Hydro" utility has created a sinking fund equity amounting to 
$631,682.98 in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission System. 

By reference to Statement "D" in Section X of this report it will be seen 
that under the low rate schedules prevailing throughout the Province, the rates 
in force in Windsor, have resulted in average costs* to the various classes of 
service as follows: Domestic service (with an average monthly consumption 
per consumer of 192 kilowatt-hours) 1.6 cents per kilowatt -hour; commercial 
service 1.8 cents per kilowatt-hour; power service $23.90 per horsepower per 
year. The actual rates in force are presented in Statement "E" and particulars 
of street lighting service are given in Statement "C". 

*If proper differentiation be made by those undertaking research, between the very different 
entities of rates on the one hand and the derived quantities of average costs or revenues on the 
other, a great deal of confusion and misrepresentation will be avoided. Consult introduction 
to Statement "D" of Section X. 

5 H.E. 



J30 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statements of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 
Niagara System: 

Generating plants: 

Queenston-Chippawa development $76,312,502 . 17 

Ontario Power development, including water rights. . . . 22,067,044 .25 
Toronto Power development, including water rights. . . 11,327,094.02 
Transmission lines: 

Right-of-way 7,737,990.75 

Steel-tower and wood-pole lines 20,501,187 . 14 

Transformer stations 26,153,263 .53 

$164,099,081.86 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $3,863,226.34 

Rural lines 41,850.93 

3,905,077.27 

$168,004,159 . 13 

Thunder Bay System: 

Nipigon generating plants $12,654,614.89 

Transmission lines 1 ,861 ,953 . 88 

Transformer stations 808,842 . 23 



15,325,411.00 



Georgian Bay System: 
Generating plants: 

Big Chute development $673,499.21 

Eugenia Falls development 1,210,097.73 

Wasdell development 146,407 . 55 

Muskoka development 1,216,845.70 

Transmission lines 2,099,796 . 13 

Transformer stations 642,570 . 24 

$5,989,216.56 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $260,316.61 

Rural lines. . . . .* 2,807 .43 

Local distribution system 57,694.35 

320,818.39 



6,310,034.95 



Eastern Ontario System: 

Generating plants, including water [rights $9,392,959 . 83 

Transmission lines 3,813,135 .03 

Transformer stations 1,772,160.10 

$14,978,254.96 

Rural power districts $487,188.03 

Local distribution system 2,556,015 .58 

3,043,203.61 



18,021,458.57 



Ottawa System: 

Surveys and engineering re power sites on Ottawa river. . . . $430,951 .80 

Transmission lines 20,992 .28 

Transformers and meters 7,662 . 17 

$459,606.25 
Rural power district 77,588 . 15 



537,194.40 



Ear Falls generating plant: 

Expenditures thereon to date 389,924 .37 

Carried forward $208,588,182 .42 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION m 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1929 

TAKINGS 

Liabilities 
To Province of Ontario: 

Cash advances for Niagara and other systems $173,589,916.68 

Less: Repayment under provisions of Power Com- 
mission Acts 1926 and 1927 9,067,606.06 

$164,522,310.62 

Grants in the hands of the Commission to apply against 
certain rural power districts in course of construction or 

extension $54,684 .26 

Less: Grants payable by the Province to the Commis- 
sion in respect of certain rural power districts com- 
pleted or in course of construction 3,234 .02 

— 51,450.24 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

Four percent debentures, due 1957, issued in 
purchase of Ontario Power Company of 

Niagara Falls $8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 80,000 .00 

$8,080,000.00 

Six percent debentures, due 1941, issued for 

the purpose of retiring the 1921 issue of 
the Ontario Power Company of Niagara 

Falls $3,200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 67,856 . 16 

3,267,856.16 

Six percent debentures, due 1940, issued in 

purchase of the Toronto Power Company, 

Limited $413,200.00 

Interest accrued thereon 10,330 .00 

423,530.00 

Six percent debentures, due 1940, issued in 

purchase of certain electrical power equip- 
ment of the Toronto and York Radial 

Railway $205,800 .00 

Interest accrued thereon 5,145 .00 

210,945.00 

Five percent debentures, due 1939, issued for 

the purpose of retiring the 1924 issue of 

the Toronto Power Company, Limited. . $4,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 75,000 .00 

4,075,000.00 

Four percent debentures, due 1958, issued in 

purchase of distribution lines of Essex 

County $200,000 .00 

Interest accrued thereon 3,333 .34 

203,333.34 

Four percent debentures, due 1958, issued in 

purchase of distribution lines in vicinity of 

Thorold $100,000.00 

Interst accrued thereon 1 ,666 . 67 

101,666.67 

Bonds and debenture stock assumed by the Com- 16,362,331.17 

mission and guaranteed by the Province of 
Ontario: 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1943, of 
the Ontario Power Company of Niagara 
Falls: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
company by Commission, August 1, 

1917 $9,834,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 1,584,000.00 

$8,250,000.00 
Interest accrued thereon 103,125 .00 

$8,353,125.00 

Carried forward $8,353,125 .00$1 80,936,092. 03 



132 TWENTY-SECO ND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

Assets POWER UNDER 

Brought forward $208,588,182 .42 

Madawaska Properties and other assets $1,864,647 .32 

Less Current Account 9,817.88 



$1,854,829.44 
Portion of interest temporarily deferred 16,258 . 11 



Bonnechere River Storage: 

Round Lake d^m $23,072.93 

Golden Lake dam 11,092.81 



Investment in 3,793 shares (out of a total of 7,104 shares) of 

Wahnapitae Power Company, Limited $1,175,830.00 

Interest on such investments, temporarily carried forward 
pending receipt of dividends 41,045.26 



Service Buildings and Equipment: 

Service building and equipment, Toronto $487,002 . 72 

Equipment of storehouse and garage, Hamilton 3,666.40 

Pole yard and equipment, Cobourg. 22,332.09 

Service building and equipment, Belleville 23,929. 79 

Office building and storehouse, Belleville 17,685.64 



Office Buildings: 

On University avenue, Toronto '. $525,007.00 

On corner Elm street and Centre avenue, Toronto 160,821 .95 



Office Furniture and Equipment: 

At Toronto office. $66,405 . 67 

At Electrical Inspection offices 8,218 . 84 



1,871,087.55 



34,165.74 



$1,216,875.26 



554,616.64 



685,828.95 



74,624.51 
Automobiles and Trucks , 15,663 . 60 

Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance, tools and equipment $799,631.53 

Construction material and sundry supplies 534,194.93 

Maintenance, material and supplies 669,068.05 

Stationery and office supplies 20,728.94 



2,023,623.45 



Sinking Funds: 

Employed to make repayments to the Province 
of Ontario under the terms of the Power 
Commission Act 1926 and 1927 . . $9,067,606.06 

Employed in retirement of bonds issued or 
assumed by the Commission and guaranteed 
by the province 5,076,510 . 54 



$14,144,116.60 



Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, which stand — 

(a) Deposited with Provincial Treasurer, par value $916,000.00 $899,750 . 49 

(b) In the hands of the Commission, par value $255,000.00 245,625 . 87 

Interest accrued thereon 19,333 . 41 



Insurance Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada, par 

value $650,000.00 $659,882. 25 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par value 

$28,000.00 28,942 . 83 

Interest accrued thereon 621 . 16 



1,164,709.77 



689,446.24 



Staff Pension Funds: 

Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par value, 

$1,775,000.00 $1,740,341 .51 

Interest accrued thereon 16,167.81 



1,756,509.32 
Carried forward $218,675,333.45 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 133 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TAKINGS — Continued Liabilities 

Brought forward $8,353,125 .00$ 180,936,092 .03 

Bonds and debenture stock assumed by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province of Ontario — Continued 
First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1945, of the Ontario Trans- 
mission Company, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of 

Company by Commission, August 1, 1917 $1,772,000.00 
Less: Retired by the Commission 380,000.00 

$1,392,000.00 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1929 34,800.00 

$1,426,800.00 

Guaranteed 4^% debenture stock, due 1941, of 
the Toronto Power Company, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of com- . 

pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. $13,558,917.81 
Less: Retired by the Commission 5,560,448.93 

$7,998,468.88 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1929 179,965.55 

8,178,434.43 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1933, of 
the Electrical Development Company of 
Ontario, Limited: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of com- 
pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. . $4,335,000.00 
Less: Retired by the Commission 805,000.00 

$3,530,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 29,416. 67 

3,559,416.67 

21,517,776.10 

Other debentures assumed: 

In respect of purchase of lines at Streetsville: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $6,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 3,915 . 55 

$2,084.45 

Interest accrued thereon 52.11 

2,136.56 

In respect of purchase of original Muskoka 
power development: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $50,595.93 

Less: Retired by the Commission 23,853 . 87 

$26,742.06 

Interest accrued thereon 1,003 . 82 

27,745.88 

In respect of purchase of sundry rural lines: 

Amount assumed at dates of purchase $63,501 .03 

Less: Retired by the Commission 17,117.90 

$46,383.13 

Interest accrued thereon 1 ,093 . 42 

47,476.55 

$77,358.99 

Outstanding share capital of the Electrical Development Company of Ontario, 

Limited 1,100.00 

Accounts payable 606,849.59 

Interest coupons due but not presented for payment 30,968. 19 

Insurance department: 

Outstanding claims and awards $718,613.91 

Surplus 77,946.96 

796,560.87 

Reserve for staff pensions 1,764,452 . 80 

Carried forward $205,731,158.57 



W TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

Assets 

Brought forward. $218,675,333.45 

Reserve Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada, par 

value, $3,751,850.00 $3,753,348.92 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, par value 

$17,065,000.00 16,731,787 .53 

($30,500.00 of these securities stand deposited with Can- 
ada Trust Company.) 

(c) Invested in securities of the Commission guaranteed by 

the Province of Ontario, par value $3,179,205.00 3,131,341 .04 

(d) Invested in bonds of the Temiskaming and Northern On- 
tario Railway, guaranteed by the Province of Ontario, 

par value $240,000.00 205,058.59 

(e) Invested in debentures of Ontario municipalities, par value 
$1,060,008.66 996,798 . 16 

Interest accrued thereon 261 ,700 . 95 

$25,080,035.19 

Cash: 

In banks $2,200,672 .71 

In banks to pay bond interest due November 1, 1929, and 

interest coupons overdue but not presented 245,733 . 74 

Sinking funds on deposit with trustees for bondholders 5,550.11 

In hands of employees as advances on account of expenses.. . 122,846.21 

$2,574,802.77 
Less: Funds of Hydro Radial Railways shown elsewhere in 

this balance sheet 37,501 . 24 

2,537,301.53 

Accounts receivable: 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers in respect of 

construction work, supply sales, etc $375,138 .06 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 16,086. 15 

359,051.91 
Due by municipalities and sundry customers in respect of 

power accounts $3,150,471 .52 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 296,804.31 

2,853,667.21 

Sinking fund and interest accounts owing in respect of rural lines 1,086.33 

Due by town of Renfrew for water used from Bonnechere Storage for power 

purposes 32,859 . 33 

Claim against Dominion Government in respect of income taxes paid for the 

thirteen months ending December 31, 1921, which should be recoverable. . 72,334.46 

Balances due by municipalities in respect of the costs of power 
supplied to them, as provided to be paid under the Power 
Commission Act: 

Niagara system $19,889 .62 

Georgian Bay system 11,713 .14 

Eastern Ontario system 13,854 . 16 

45,456.92 

Carried forward $249,657 126.33 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [35 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $205,731,158.5 

Balances due to municipalities in respect of amounts paid by 
them to October 31, 1927, in excess of the cost of power sup- 
plied to them as provided to be paid under the Power Com- 
mission Act: 

Niagara system $1 ,453,295 . 46 

Thunder Bay system 21,822 .04 

Georgian Bay system 92,732 .41 

Eastern Ontario system 119,069 .49 

Ottawa system 3,001 . 60 

$1,689,921.00 

Reserves for Sinking Fund: 

Niagara system $14,172,354 . 72 

Niagara rural lines 11 ,922 . 25 

Thunder Bay system 409,789.88 

Georgian Bay system 504,364 .41 

Georgian Bay rural lines 540 .06 

Eastern Ontario system 298,267 . 74 

Ottawa system 4,110.88 

Bonnechere storage 10,038 .09 

$15,411,388.03 

Service buildings 82,835 .66 

Office buildings 107,348.52 

15,601,572.21 

Reserves for Renewals: 

Niagara system $11,141,761 .15 

Niagara rural lines 3,242 . 84 

Thunder Bay system 635,246.86 

Georgian Bay system 879,438 .33 

Georgian Bay rural lines 238 . 24 

Eastern Ontario system 2,401,817 .09 

Ottawa system 13,075 . 15 

Bonnechere storage 5,687 .46 

$15,080,507.12 

Service buildings 263,002 .53 

Office buildings 89,567.84 

15,433,077.49 

Reserves for Obsolescence and Contingencies: 

Niagara system $10,610,226.94 

Niagara rural lines 1 ,315 . 50 

Thunder Bay system 521,483 .80 

Georgian Bay system 270,696.96 

Georgian Bay rural lines 88 . 18 

Eastern Ontario system 746,958 .99 

Ottawa system 7,548 . 14 

Bonnechere storage 725 .42 

12,159,043.93 

Balance at credit of interest account 46,734 . 79 

Contingent liabilities: 

In respect of contracts entered into for power 

undertakings in course of construction $4,214,302 .34 

Carried forward $250,661,507.99 



[36 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER- 

ASSETS 

Brought forward $249,657,126.33 

Work in progress: 

Expenditure on account of various systems chargeable upon 
completion to — 

Capital construction $25,873 . 53 

Operating and maintenance expenses 964.83 

$26,838.36 

Insurance unexpired 31 ,425 . 98 

Discount on debentures issued by the Commission, less amounts 
written off: 

On debenture issue of $3,200,000 maturing 1941 $91,122.81 

On debenture issue of $4,000,000 maturing 1939 61,527.60 

152,650.41 

Total Power Undertakings $249,868,041 .08 

RADIAL RAILWAY 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 

Road and equipment $5,396,379.73 

Materials and supplies 126,591 . 65 

Cash in banks: 

In the general bank account of the Commis- 
sion at Toronto. $37,347.84 

In branch banks 2,925 . 20 

Accounts receivable 34,689. 76 

74,962.80 

Insurance and expenses prepaid 8,329.81 



Carried forward $5,606,263 .99$249,868,041 .08 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



137 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities — Continued 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $250,661,507.99 



Total Power Undertakings $250,661,507 . 99 



UNDERTAKINGS 

In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway: 
Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

Four and one-half percent debentures, due 

1960, issued in purchase of the railway $2,039,000.00 

Four and one-half percent debentures, due 
1960, issued for the purpose of making 
extensions and betterments 61,000.00 

Six percent debentures, due 1961, issued for 
the purpose of making extensions and bet- 
terments 900,000.00 

Five percent debentures, due 1943, issued for 
purpose of making extensions and better- 
ments 966,205 . 00 

Five percent debentures, due 1945, issued for 
the purpose of making extensions and better- 
ments 750,000 . 00 

Five percent debentures, due 1945, issued for 
the purpose of making extensions and bet- 
terments 100,000.00 

Five percent debentures, due 1946, issued for 
the purpose of making extensions and bet- 
terments 600,000.00 

(Note: Further bonds to the amount of $400,- 
000 stood guaranteed by the Province of 
Ontario as at October 31, 1929 — such bonds 
had not been executed or issued by the 
Commission. These bonds are held for 
future commitments in connection with con- 
struction programmes already approved and 
now in progress.) 

$5,416,205.00 

Interest accrued thereon 56,125.06 

$5,472,330.06 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $7,314.59 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 12,000.00 

Deposit to cover cost of industrial spur 2,000 . 72 

21,315.31 

Carried forward $5,493,645. 37$250,661,507. 99 



138 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 
Assets 

Brought forward. $5,606,263. 99$249,868,041 .08 



Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway — 

Continued 5,606,263.99 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

Road and equipment $435,772.94 

Materials and supplies 7,785 .50 

Investments— Reserve funds $22,402 .43 

Interest accrued thereon 472 . 33 

22,874.76 

Cash in banks: 

In the general bank account of the Com- 
mission at Toronto $153 .40 

In bank at Guelph 818.55 

Accounts receivable 2,708.01 

3,679.96 

Insurance and expenses prepaid $1,832 .44 

Valuation and other expenses re purchase of 
plant assets by the Commission, less 90% 
written off 256.30 

2,088.74 

Due by the City of Guelph: 

Operating deficit for the year ending October 

31, 1929, as per operating account $29,802 .48 

Less: Paid on account by the city 25,931 . 73 

3,870.75 



Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

City of Toronto — debentures held as collateral security for 
the repayment of the Hydro Radial debentures issued in 
purchase of the Toronto and York Radial Railway — as per 
agreement covering the transfer (in January, 1927) of the 

railway to the City of Toronto $2,375,000.00 

City of Toronto — interest accrued on $2,375,000 debentures 
issued by the Commission in purchase of the Toronto and 
York Radial Railway 59,375 .00 

Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 

rental revenue) down to October 31, 1929. $72,114.38 

Construction materials purchased, less amount realized on 

sale thereof 117,510.09 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest 292,542 .05 



476,072.65 



2,434,375.00 



482,166.52 



Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes less 
rental revenue) down to October 31, 1929 — less amounts 
realized on properties sold $448,652 . 78 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest 362,647 .61 



811,300.39 
$259,678,219.63 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION B9 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 

Brought forward $5,493,645,37$250,661,507 .99 

In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway — 

Continued 
Premiums (less discount) on sale of debentures less portion 

written off $58,932 .98 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 53,685 .64 

Contingent Liability: 

In respect of contract enetered into for work under con- 
struction, $14,918.38. 



$5,606,263.99 



In respect of the Guelph Radial Railway: 

City of Guelph — purchase price of the railway 
payable thereto, in half-yearly instalments, 

according to purchase agreement $150,000.00 

Less: Sixteen instalments paid thereon 47,038.33 



$102,961.67 



Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 

Province of Ontario: 

Six percent debentures, due 1931, issued for the purpose of 

making extensions and betterments 276,000 .00 

Instalments of principal and interest payable to the City of 

Guelph, May 1 and November 1, 1929, under the terms of 

the purchase agreement 11,700.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $1,030.29 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 1,300 .00 

2,330.29 



Premiums on sale of debentures — less portion written off 3,468.28 

Reserve — created by payment of instalments on the purchase 
price out of the revenue of the road and assessments against 

the City of Guelph 47,038.33 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 32,574.08 

Contingent Liability: 

In respect of contracts entered into for work under con- 
struction, $1,199.37. 



476,072.65 



In respect of Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 
Six percent debentures, due 1940, issued in purchase of the 
Metropolitan, Scarboro, and Mimico Radial Railway 

divisions $2,375,000.00 

I nterest accrued thereon 59,375 . 00 



2,434,375.00 

In respect of the Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 
Bank of Montreal — advances (secured by hypothecation of 
$1,200,000 Hydro Radial debentures, being part of an issue 
of $1 1 ,360,363 guaranteed by the Province of Ontario) 500,000 . 00 



$259,678,219.63 



NO TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

NIAGARA 

Operating Account for the 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the 
Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $1,638,516.84 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion 
of administrative expenses chargeable to the operation 
of this system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $4,344,383 .65 

Rural power districts 367,223 .50 

4,711,607.15 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $7,939,185 .07 

Rural power districts 156,259.41 

8,095,444.48 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $990,170 .86 

Rural power districts 137,071 .36 

1,127,242.22 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $3,049,070 . 26 

Rural power districts 68,535 . 68 

3,117,605.94 

Provision for sinking funds for repayment of the cash advances 
by the province of Ontario to the Commission and for 
the retirement of the bonds issued by and assumed by 
the Commission: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $1,196,952 .42 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power 504,900 . 58 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 36,330.90 

1,738,183.90 

$20,428,600.53 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 141 

SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1929 



Revenue for Period 

Collected from municipalities $14,384,660 .61 

Power sold to private companies 5,748,505 .50 

Power supplied at cost to the Hydro Radial Railway (S.W. & A.) 98,664 . 17 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 1,432,978 . 27 

$21,664,808.55 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied 
to them in the year $5,505 .93 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural 
power districts, being the difference between the revenue 
collected from customers therein and the cost of power 

supplied them in the year 13,688 . 99 

19,194.92 



$21,684,003.47 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of 
the sums required to be paid by them for power supplied 
in the year $1,074,655 .61 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power dis- 
tricts in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto. . 180,747 .33 

1,255,402.94 

Revenue $20,428,600.53 



$20,428,600.53 



42 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 





Interim rates 
per 

horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 

during year 


Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share 


of operating 


Municipality 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 




To 

Jan. 1 

1929 


To 

Oct. 31 

1929 




Acton 


$ c. 


$ c. 
34.00 
44.00 
48.00 
90.00 
40.00 

30.00 
75.00 
38.00 
35.00 
32.00 

30.00 
34.00 
38.00 
39.00 
63.00 

46.00 
45.00 
30.00 
27.00 
27.00 

32.00 
75.00 
52.00 
40.00 
46.00 

29.00 
70.00 
60.00 
30.00 
25.00 

56.00 
38.00 
45.00 
45.00 
80.00 

50.00 
38.00 
38.00 
55.00 
45.00 


$ c. 

137,674.97 
39,060.63 
35,490.12 
61,021.57 

142,532.95 

64,484.64 
32,503.45 
116,471.75 
36,180.27 
71,611.01 

31,648.21 
67,533.07 
31,749.82 
91,228.06 
36,545.15 

32,477.74 

29,756.56 

382,222.03 

2,090,651.11 

90,873.79 

36,250.90 
41,251.39 
47,833.96 
37,858.04 
17,225.42 

54,855.71 

5,606.80 

30,884.20 

1,034,593.59 

36,985.89 

23,385.00 
119,273.26 
44,764.36 
16,344.77 
21,589.27 

24,659.48 
7,497.52 
19,017.06 
38,558.32 
88,354.39 


557.1 
116.6 
101.5 
74.9 
515.0 

324.6 
56.4 
440.2 
146.0 
294.6 

171.9 
294.7 
121.5 
327.6 
80.7 

91.8 

98.3 

1,799.1 

10,123.1 

437.3 

173.2 

82.5 

117.0 

137.4 

56.1 

258.1 

23.6 

71.4 

4,699.9 

214.7 

49.8 

414.7 

136.9 

50.8 

38.2 

65.6 
31.4 
75.4 
85.9 
284.0 


$ c. 

1,099.13 
230.04 
200.25 
147.77 

1,016.07 

640.42 
111.27 
868.49 
288.05 
581.23 

339.15 
581.43 
239.71 
646.34 
159.22 

181.12 

193.94 

3,549.54 

19,972.39 

862.77 

341.71 
162.77 
230.83 
271.08 
110.68 

509.22 

46.56 

140.87 

9,272.68 

423.59 

98.25 
818.18 
270.10 
100.23 

75.37 

129.43 
61.95 
148.76 
169.48 
560.32 


$ c. 
4,458.31 
1,295.30 
1,606.62 
1,696.35 
4,774.96 

2,440.49 
1,040.40 
3,271.86 
1,431.93 
2,183.99 

1,600.44 
2,313.17 
1,199.91 
3,137.30 
1,161.29 

890.92 

1,121.24 

12,218.56 

55,601.48 

3,260.23 

2,082.24 
1,893.20 
1,522.48 
1,477.23 
566.76 

1,565.18 

815.22 

897.99 

30,203.01 

1,329.18 

560.06 

3,897.94 

1,708.17 

553.82 

752.69 

902 . 68 

267.12 

846.17 

1,313.22 

5,169.43 


$ c. 
6,615.34 


Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 


42.00 
50.00 


1,781.70 
1,646.49 
2,783.77 


Amherstburg. . . 

Ancaster twp. . . 

Arkona. 

Aylmer 

Avr 


42.00 

*85\00 
40.00 


6,747.95 

3,158.21 
1,506.76 
5,535.83 
1,723.26 


Baden 


34.00 


3,425.13 


Barton twp .... 


1,574.19 


Beachville 




3,186.46 


Belle River 

Blenheim ...... 


40.00 


1,509.78 
4,306.85 


Blyth 


65.00 
50.00 


1,684.87 


Bolton 

Bothwell 


1,505.13 
1,375.36 


Brampton 




18,513.98 


Brantford 




100,828.47 


Brantford twp. . 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . . 

Caledonia 


32.60 
88.00 
55.00 
46.00 
53.00 


4,395.55 

1,789.62 
1,904.06 
2,206.68 
1,793.43 
811.49 

2,666.48 


Campbellville. . . 
Cayuga . 




263.23 
1,444.90 


Chatham 




49,676.21 


Chippawa 




1,839.62 


Clifford 

Clinton 


58.00 


1,090.68 
5,658.35 


Comber 




2,088.39 


Cottam 

Courtright . . 


50.00 


775.41 
963.13 


Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 

Drayton . 


55 ,00 
42.00 
40.00 


1,147.60 
358.36 
880.55 

1,794.76 


Dresden 


42.00 


4,156.36 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



143 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



$ c. 

1,138.30 
343.84 
358.30 
782.79 

1,217.82 

427.00 

387.75 
993.82 
294.12 
580.16 

189.41 
507.92 
258.37 
796.75 
402.94 



330.89 


274.57 


2,702 


.49 


4,118.06 


612 


.80 


253 


.36 


472 


.79 


505 


.94 


334 


.25 


162 


.46 


394 


70 


41 


50 


344 


82 


7,317.47 


214 


70 


265 


85 


1,081 


77 


432 


64 


154.96 


245 


27 


257 


40 


58 


73 


148.02 


431 


86 


830 


16 



Obso'es- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



$ c. 

2,411.48 
558.17 
527.13 
694.27 

2,409.79 



1,242.72 
404.97 

1,964.00 
629.42 

1,277.79 

621.38 
1,233.53 

545.21 
1,539.85 

490 . 78 

475.88 
482.34 

6,975.71 
39,177.72 

1,695.33 

689.65 
559.78 
670.86 
637.44 
266.24 

1,016.76 

94.83 

428.25 

19,038.16 

748.10 

303.66 
1,909 20 
692.09 
255.13 
259.79 

348.68 
132.94 
324.67 
515.03 
1,410.14 



Sinking 
fund 



$ c 
1,455.54 
394.75 
371.72 
641.22 
1,488.57 

679.23 
341.26 
1,218.93 
378.48 
756.25 

333.92 
704.65 
330.87 
955.12 
379.70 

342.06 

311.51 

4,027.16 

21,837.78 

945.40 

383.03 
432.91 
495.55 
396.52 
180.32 

578.81 

57.07 

325.54 

10,815.29 

393.34 

246.38 
1,256.99 
469.11 
171.28 
218.94 

258.37 
78.41 
193.19 
406 . 23 
925.90 



Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 

companies 



Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 

294.32 
61.60 
53.62 
39.57 

272.08 

171.49 
29.80 

232.56 
77.13 

155.64 

90.82 
155.69 

64.19 
173.07 

42.63 

48.50 
51.93 

950.48 
5,348.11 

231.03 

91.50 
43.59 
61.81 
72.59 
29.64 

136.35 

12.47 

37.72 

2,482.99 

113.43 

26.31 
219.09 
72.33 
26.84 
20.18 

34.66 
16.59 
39.83 
45.38 
150.04 



$ c 

17,472.42 

4,665.40 

4,764.13 

6,785.74 

17,927.24 

8,759.56 
3,822.21 
14,085.49 
4,822.39 
8,960.19 

4,749.31 
8,682.85 
4,148.04 
11,555.28 
4,321.43 

3,774.50 
3,810.89 

48,937.92 
256,884.01 

12,003.11 

5,631.11 
5,469.10 
5,694.15 
4,982.54 
2,127.59 

6,867.50 
1,330.88 
3,620.09 
128,805.81 
5,061.96 

2,591.19 
14,841.52 
5,732.83 
2,037.67 
2,535.37 

3,078.82 

974.10 

2,581.19 

4,675.96 

13,202.35 



$ c 

18,940.63 

5,091.79 

4,913.27 

6,738.00 

20,769.10 

9,739.00 
4,317.30 
16,892.40 
5,109.82 
9,538.83 

5,157.25 
10,020.09 

4,655.44 
12,775.30 

5,111.53 

4,293.16 
4,424.97 

58,098.25 
273,325.24 

11,807.06 

5,560.12 
6,420.75 
6,148.92 
5,625.49 
2,650.13 

7,485.34 
1,649.63 
4,282.75 
141,269.86 
5,367.47 

2,807.84 
15,299.64 
6,161.97 
2,330.93 
3,055.97 

3,340.27 
1,216.30 
2,893.33 
4,723.09 
12.619.76 



$ c. 

1,468.21 

426.39 

149.14 



2,841.86 

979.44 

495.09 

2,806.91 

287.43 
578.64 

407.94 
1,337.24 

507.40 
1,220.02 

790.10 

518.66 

614.08 

9,160.33 

16,441.23 



951.65 
454.77 
642.95 

522.54 

617.84 
318.75 
662.66 
12,464.05 
305.51 

216.65 
458.12 
429.14 
293.26 
520.60 

261.45 

242.20 

312.14 

47.13 



47.74 



196.05 
70.99 



582.59 



144 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Drumbo . . 
Dublin... 
Dundas. . . 
Dunnville. 
Dutton.. . 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 



Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp. 

Exeter 

Fergus 



Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown . 
Glencoe. . . . 



Goderich . . 
Granton . . . 
Guelph .... 
Hagersville . 
Hamilton. . 



Harriston . 
Harrow. . . 
Hensall. . . 
Hespeler. . 
Highgate . 



Humberstone. 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 



Lambeth . . . 
La Salle 
Leamington, 
Listowel. . . . 
London 



$ c. 
47.00 
53.00 



41.00 
40.00 



60.00 



38.00 



42.00 



50.00 
27.50 
36.00 



50.00 



25.00 

44.00 
45.00 



29.00 



42.00 



45.00 
40.00 
40.00 
37.00 



$ c. 
45.00 
50.00 
25.00 
38.00 
38.00 

33.00 
31.00 
35.00 
55.00 
58.00 

65.00 
35.00 
30.00 
38.00 
35.00 

35.00 
48.00 
27.00 
35.00 
60.00 

42.00 
48.00 
27.00 
31.00 
23.50 

42.00 
40.00 
50.00 
29.00 
44.00 

28.00 
28.00 
38.00 
40.00 
27.00 

42.00 
38.00 
38.00 
36.00 
26.00 



$ c. 




17,772.45 


59.8 


19,986.28 


52.1 


291,973.13 


1,559.8 


157,706.42 


604.0 


48,043.04 


194.9 


864,141.98 


3,762.0 


257,391.24 


1,071.3 


104,719.96 


408.8 


29,857.81 


74.5 


18,830.22 


46.0 


5,598.90 


11.1 


76,608.72 


301.0 


500,660.04 


2,306.9 


109,979.57 


390.3 


136,008.57 


545.3 


21,305.72 


99.8 


90,894.35 


257.2 


1,327,323.49 


6,514.9 


229,429.90 


834.0 


64,989.21 


153.8 


327,729.69 


1,007.9 


21,654.73 


62.1 


1,530,419.19 


8,030.6 


234,759.15 


1,022.1 


10,892,044.34 


59,161.1 


84,535.39 


282.4 


62,365.08 


236.8 


45,001.26 


127.0 


240,793.67 


1,124.3 


29,507.65 


93.4 


59,700.57 


298.3 


442,200.36 


2,172.8 


44,965.98 


151.5 


110,714.58 


402.8 


3,105,863.58 


15,303.8 


27,677.04 


96.8 


65,955.29 


250.8 


254,509.68 


881.3 


190,776.63 


734.3 


5,355,880.62 


27,058.0 



117.98 

102.79 

3,077.41 

1,191.66 

384.53 

7,422.25 

2,113.62 

806.54 

146.99 

90.76 

21.90 
593.86 

4,551.40 
770.04 

1,075.85 

196.90 

507.44 

12,853.59 

1,645.44 

303.44 

1,988.54 

122.52 

15,843.99 

2,016.55 

116,722.02 

557.16 
467.20 
250.56 
2,218.19 
184.27 

588.53 

4,286.83 

298.90 

794.71 

30,193.67 

190.98 

494.82 

1,738.76 

1,448.74 

53,384.14 



$ 


c. 


869 


09 


966 


60 


7,319.47 


4,188.37 


2,638.59 


25,499.44 


7,133. 


54 


3,361. 


26 


1,057. 


88 


755. 


71 


310.30 


2,311. 


11 


12,915 


66 


4,239.07 


4,285. 


24 


1,039 


27 


3,078 


68 


38,603 


87 


6,757 


97 


2,192 


35 


10,178 


11 


787.07 


49,284 


24 


6,187 


47 


251,036 


63 


3,010.97 


2,566 


16 


1,533 


00 


7,239.91 


1,097 


41 


2,091 


80 


13,245 


56 


1,165 


22 


3,855 


63 


85,435 


56 


1,171 


75 


2,309.07 


8,065 


37 


6,495 


35 


131,805 


20 



■ $ c 

833.60 

906.78 

14,258.65 

7,594.76 

2,280.01 

41,483.27 

12,226.31 

5,035.84 

1,383.76 

879.60 

259.73 

3,651.42 

23,995.96 

5,192.66 

6,572.91 

1,051.34 

4,256.74 

64,685.20 

10,967.32 

3,023.04 

15,439.89 

1,007.77 

75,067.77 

11,330.82 

538,184.52 

3,999.70 
2,979.27 
2,104.91 
11,713.70 
1,380.77 

2,921.34 

21,326.22 

2,141.03 

5,254.04 

151,626.39 

1,309.34 

3,180.75 

11,305.95 

9,128.38 

258,987.76 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



145 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 








Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 








Cost in 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 


Amounts 








excess of 


paid to the 


to each municipality 




Obsoles- 
cence 


Sinking 
fund 


revenue 
from 


Com- 
mission 


upon ascertainment of 
the actual cost of 


Renewals 


and 


power sold 


by each 


power by annual 




contin- 


to private 


munici- 


adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


Com- 
mission Act 


pality 






Credited Charged 



$ c. 

163.39 

200.96 
1,790.67 
1,409.24 

385.04 

6,224.62 

1,999.52 

895.36 

320.69 

202.03 

64.57 
614.57 

3,459.07 
980.36 

1,139.33 

161.56 

908.28 
9,014.59 
2,066.26 

706.04 
3,197.91 

217.81 
9,569.29 

1,822.60 
65,186.06 

786.38 
515.11 
457.24 
1,731.67 
278.11 

411.68 

2,924.00 

422.68 

945.36 

20,928.03 

249.49 

549.2? 

1,989.87 

1,609.14 

34,033.03 



$ 


c. 


283 


.34 


305 


.81 


5,676 


.17 


2,448.87 


844.97 


15,622 


.12 


4,527 


.42 


1,796.53 


430 


.53 


263 


20 


72 


79 


1,339 


.20 


9,196 


.81 


1,774 


82 


2,334 


65 


374.31 


1,392 


92 


25,238.73 


3,773.51 


897 


70 


4,914 


25 


314 


02 


29,790.00 


4,202 


55 


213,855 


48 


1,361 


39 


1,056 


29 


651 


73 


4,457 


92 


463 


68 


1,137 


96 


8,222 


76 


699 


17 


1,893 


49 


59,478.02 


447 


68 


1,136 


53 


3,998.20 


3,305 


08 


102,198 


89 



$ c. 

185.15 

203.59 
3,080.53 
1,671.99 

501.09 

8,998.49 

2,672.72 

1,110.25 

313.12 

197.39 

58.74 

801.79 

5,186.90 

1,150.39 

1,442.36 

226.22 

952.52 

14,024.99 

2,433.25 

681.46 

3,454.28 

226.43 

16,180.52 

2,474.35 
114,922.88 

890.89 
652.97 
471.37 
2,543.89 
308.08 

626.65 

4,619.15 

473.84 

1,159.25 

32,820.31 

289.77 

694.14 

2,481.25 

2,010.69 

55,932.06 



$ c. 
31.59 
27.52 
824.05 
319.10 
102.97 

1,987.49 

565.98 

215.97 

39.36 

24.30 

5.86 

159.02 

1,218.75 

206.20 

288.09 

52.73 

135.88 

3,441.87 

440.61 

81.25 

532.48 

32.81 

4,242.63 

539.98 
31,255.27 

149.19 
125.10 

67.10 
593.98 

49.34 

157.59 

1,147.91 

80.04 

212.80 
8,085.12 

51.14 

132.50 

465.60 

387.94 

14,294.95 



$ c. 

2,484.14 

2,714.05 

36,026.95 

18,823.99 

7,137.20 

107,237.68 

31,239.11 

13,221.75 

3,692.33 

2,412.99 

793.89 

9,470.97 

60,524.55 

14,313.54 

17,138.43 



3,102 

11,232 

167,862 

28,084 

7,885 

39,705.46 

2,708.43 

199,978.44 

28,574.32 
1,331,162.86 

10,755.68 
8,362.10 
5,535.91 

30,499.26 
3,761.66 

7,935.55 

55,772.43 

5,280.88 

14,115.28 

388,567.10 

3,710.15 

8,497.03 

30,045.00 

24,385.32 

650,636.03 



$ c 

2,711.68 

2,632.30 

39,656.45 

23,289.47 

7,474.39 

124,147.36 

33,209.24 

14,308.16 

4,163.23 

2,666.99 

718.20 
10,695.36 
69,206.75 
15,086.49 
19,086.62 

3,491.22 

12,434.57 

184,841.99 

29,335.06 

9,227.00 

41,096.95 

3,004.25 

216,825.48 

31,685.24 
1,409,879.07 

11,954.68 
9,652.71 
6,352.02 

34,397.14 
4,107.73 

8,351.19 

61,208.06 

5,757.28 

16,252.29 

413,201.44 

4,124.24 

9,606.19 

33,767.99 

26,556.41 

703,507.03 



$ c. 
227.54 



3,629.50 

4,465.48 

337.19 

16,909.68 

1,970.13 

1,086.41 

470.90 

254.00 



1,224.39 

8,682.20 

772.95 

1,948.19 

388.89 

1,202.11 

16,979.15 

1,250.70 

1,341.72 

1,391.49 

295.82 

16,847.04 

3,110.92 
78,716.21 

1,199.00 
1,290.61 

816.11 
3,897.88 

346.07 

415.64 
5,435.63 

476.40 

2,137.01 

24,634.34 

414.09 

1,109.16 

3,722.99 

2,171.09 

52,871.00 



% c. 



81.75 



75.69 



46 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



London Ry. Com 
London twp. . . . 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 



Merlin . . . 
Merritton . 
Milton . . . 
Milverton 
Mimico. . . 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. . 



New Toronto. . . 
Niagara Falls. . . 
Niagara-on-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 



Otterville. . 
Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill . . . 
Petrolia. . . 



Petrolia W.W. 
Plattsville 
Point Edward. 
Port Colborne. 
Port Credit . . . 



Port Dalhousie. 
Port Dover. . . , 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley . . . 
Preston 



Princeton 

Queenston .... 
Richmond Hill 
Ridgetown .... 
Riverside 



$ c 

15.00 + 

40.00 

38.00 



56.00 



35.00 



65.00 



35.00 



30.00 
36.00 
40.00 

45.00 
40.00 



65.00 



65.00 



43.00 



43.00 



65.00 



42.00 
34! 00 



$ c 
kw. hr 
37.00 
37.00 
40.00 
50.00 

47.00 
22.00 
32.00 
33.00 
27.00 

33.00 
60.00 
45.00 
52.00 
33.00 

29.00 
19.00 
28.00 
34.00 
42.00 

43.00 
38.00 
28.00 
62.00 
40.00 

52.00 
60.00 
40.00 
28.00 
32.00 

30.00 
42.00 
90.00 
42.00 
27.00 

55.00 
29.00 
38.00 
38.00 
33.00 



$ c 

342,239.25 
50,521.44 
42,059.13 
23,430.68 
47,578.10 

47,766.19 
306,696.17 
248,973.78 
136,986.88 
335,680.87 

103,110.68 
19,878.73 
19,383.22 
13,408.16 

120,450.99 

1,090,253.97 

1,364,412.05 

76,194.59 

71,614.12 

69,081.03 

20,575.14 
126,223.47 
270,626.33 

63,234.78 
220,606.77 

38,645.54 
21,787.89 
79,668.04 
242,084.54 
90,626.82 

80,218.16 
77,526.15 
38,524.65 
90,517.03 
669,090.77 

22,513.39 

17,391.48 

52,879.39 

106,703.38 

291,085.28 



1,406.5 

202.8 

167.7 

78.8 

157.2 



145.8 
1,910.7 
1,088.6 

547.9 
1,719.2 

426.2 
43.0 
71.6 
36.2 

468.4 

5,065.5 

9,088.0 

428.5 

299.0 

213.8 

71.9 

462.8 

1,305.9 

135.3 

761.2 

105.9 

48.1 

315.5 

1,209.6 

404.9 

415.5 

250.0 

56.3 

306.1 

3,346.2 

58.6 

87.3 

208.6 

394.2 

1,148.8 



$ 

2,774.96 
400.12 
330.86 
155.47 
310.15 

287.65 
3,769.72 
2,147.75 
1,080.98 
3,391.90 

840.87 
84.84 

141.26 
71.42 

924.13 

9,993.99 

17,930.18 

845.41 

589.91 

421.82 

141.86 
913.08 

2,576.48 
266.94 

1,501.82 

208.94 

94.90 

622.47 

2,386.48 

798.85 



819.76 
493.24 
111.08 
603.92 
6,601.89 



115.61 
172.24 
411.56 

777.74 
2,266.53 



$ c 

12,119.54 

1,554.33 

1,780.86 

741.76 
2,093.26 

1,754.02 
9,743.63 
8,212.64 
4,569.10 
8,805.44 

3,202.11 
713.81 
921.91 
530.29 

3,507.50 

27,549.51 

34,733.17 

3,679.86 

2,512.20 

2,400.40 

712.22 
4,749.39 
7,890.74 
2,169.64 
6,901.65 

1,013.20 
866.09 
3,715.36 
9,141.96 
3,095.99 

2,594.94 
2,847.71 
1,043.81 
2,810.53 
19,561.17 

966.87 

615.00 

2,192.13 

3,605.96 

7,643.91 



$ c. 
16,252.99 
2,410.29 
1,982.94 
1,090.35 
2,260.71 

2,220.01 
15,594.32 
11,946.48 

6,533.62 
16,420.66 

4,941.34 
923.59 
919.82 
626.37 

5,755.05 

51,886.15 

69,299.37 

3,800.80 

3,387.98 

3,233.34 

976.61 
6,027.64 

13,022.97 
2,929.67 

10,556.94 

1,629.91 
1,000.03 
3,764.39 
11,800.79 
4,383.94 

3,974.57 
3,673.64 
1,780.03 
4,251.85 
32,666.02 

1,015.33 

857.11 

2,557.56 

5,034.03 

13,945.37 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



147 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 








Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 

companies 


Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2,726.84 


6,270.16 


3,579.76 


743.06 


44,467.31 


51,434.24 


6,966.93 




405.52 


872.10 


524.82 


107.14 


6,274.32 


7,612.54 


1,338.22 




341.90 


724.90 


438.60 


88.60 


5,688.66 


6,235.35 


546.69 




219.83 


367.81 


246.44 


41.63 


2,863.29 


3,152.93 


289.64 




346.25 


696.87 


449.85 


83.05 


6,240.14 


8,012.41 


1,772.27 




452.25 


742.36 


493 . 64 


77.03 


6,026.96 


6,854.28 


827.32 




1,519.37 


6,240.50 


3,273.39 


1,009.46 


41,150.39 


42,036.27 


885 . 88 




1,900.70 


4,360.23 


2,623.12 


575.12 


31,766.04 


34,834.72 


3,068.68 




1,111.38 


2,417.00 


1,437.60 


289.46 


17,439.14 


18,276.35 


837.21 




2,108.82 


6,382.49 


3,536.23 


908.27 


41,553.81 


46,417.24 


4,863.43 




819.68 


1,815.44 


1,086.80 


225.16 


12,931.40 


14,064.76 


1,133.36 




224.82 


261.50 


209.43 


22.71 


2,440.70 


2,619.33 


178.63 




168.22 


324.02 


202.87 


37.83 


2,715.93 


3,222.34 


506.41 




137.85 


200.78 


140.51 


19.12 


1,726.34 


1,882.37 


156.03 




1,021.40 


2,078.04 


1,271.89 


247.46 


14,805.47 


15,633.23 


827.76 




7,407.17 


20,014.46 


11,257.24 


2,676.14 


130,784.66 


146,897.99 


16,113.33 




6,128.24 


28,829.47 


14,571.84 


4,801.28 


176,293.55 


172,672.19 




3,621.36 


466.02 


1,451.23 


811.37 


226.38 


11,281.07 


12,115.06 


833 . 99 


562.98 


1,246.94 


748.39 


157.96 


9,206.36 


10,279.93 


1,073.57 




657.89 


1,132.24 


723.61 


112.95 


8,682.25 


8,897.66 


215.41 




187.79 


331.14 


216.75 


37.98 


2,604.35 


3,120.75 


516.40 




1,103.95 


2,127.08 


1,330.27 


244.50 


16,495.91 


17,741.30 


1,245.39 




1,835.78 


5,068.32 


2,827.31 


689.91 


33,911.51 


36,674.19 


2,762.68 




716.50 


822.12 


663.20 


71.48 


7,639.55 


8,462.88 


S23.33 




1,962.15 


3,725.25 


2,309.42 


402.15 


27,359.38 


30,448.43 


3,089.05 




392.30 


606.17 


405.05 


55.95 


4,311.52 


5,508.95 


1,197.43 




243.81 


289.45 


227.83 


25.41 


2,747.52 


2,927.58 


180.06 




636.73 


1,416.89 


833.27 


166.68 


11,155.79 


12,619.95 


1,464.16 




1,669.38 


4,614.34 


2,541.07 


639.04 


32,793.06 


33,867.36 


1,074.30 




676.48 


1,670.86 


954.27 


213.91 


11,794.30 


12,956.76 


1,162.46 




533.27 


1,506.48 


854.24 


219.51 


10,502.77 


12,463.50 


1,960.73 




740.40 


1,219.59 


814.30 


132.08 


9,920.96 


10,548.06 


627.10 




482.77 


458.65 


405 . 23 


29.74 


4,311.31 


5,067.00 


755.69 




833.98 


1,459.54 


947.90 


161.72 


11,069.44 


12,876.43 


1,806.99 




4,440.31 


12,868.27 


7,070.32 


1,767.82 


84,975.80 


90,531.93 


5,556.13 




226.09 


311.12 


227.76 


30.96 


2,893.74 


3,289.93 


396.19 




123.15 


326.41 


185.10 


46.12 


2,325.13 


2,530.93 


205.80 




404 . 85 


881.98 


558.61 


110.21 


7,116.90 


8,091.70 


974.80 




906.24 


1,810.63 


1,112.45 


208.26 


13,455.31 


14,978.08 


1,522.77 




2,325.10 


5,129.31 


3,045.73 


606.92 


34,962.87 


38,102.74 


3,139.87 





148 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 

horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 

during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. , 
St. Clair Beach 
St. George. 



St. Jacobs. . . 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas. . 
Sandwich .... 
Sarnia 



Scarboro twp. 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield. . . 
Stamford twp 



Stouffville . 
Stratford . 
Strathroy . 
Sutton . . . 
Tavistock . 



Tecumseh. . . . 
Thamesford . . 
Thamesville. . 
Thedf ord .... 
Thorndale. . . 



Thorold .... 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg . 
Toronto .... 
Toronto twp 



Walkerville . 
Wallaceburg. 
Wardsville. . 
Waterdown . 
Waterf ord . . 



Waterloo. . 
Watford... 
Welland... 
Wellesley . . 
West Lome 



$ c 
50.00 
46.00 
21.00 
40.00 
46.00 

35.00 
35.00 



31.00 



36.00 



48.00 



60.00 



60.00 
36.00 

37.00 
45.00 



75.00 
65.00 



34.00 



30.00 



70.00 
33] 66 
28.00 



40.00 



$ c 

45.00 
45.00 
21.50 
38.00 
42.00 

33.00 
34.00 
28.00 
30.00 
34.00 

35.00 
35.00 
31.00 
46.00 
21.00 

50.00 
30.00 
34.00 
55.00 
34.00 

35.00 
40.00 
40.00 
70.00 
62.00 

24.00 
38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
33.00 

28.00 
35.00 
65.00 
32.00 
32.00 

27.00 
55.00 
23.00 
45.00 
38.00 



$ c 

21,958.59 
34,380.88 
1,342,634.47 
22,869.46 
39,351.94 

46,372.46 
312,296.42 

1,055,244.10 
822,882.02 

1,596,919.54 

497,467.18 
131,929.51 
234,890.67 
34,558.26 
211,731.87 

44,528.73 

1,505,270.08 

205,995.47 

40,119.10 

116,070.84 

91,987.06 
40,002 . 68 
49,108.94 
28,547.39 
22,330.14 

174,084.89 
139,969.16 
180,539.67 
46,975,982.72 
220,845.85 

1,799,405.55 

696,797.81 

11,869.76 

44,740.68 

90,867.36 

629,364.50 
73,040.58 

618,151.90 
41,316.87 

84,435.25 



72.5 


119.0 


8,228.4 


82.5 


135.2 


195.7 


1,287.3 


5,216.5 


3,400.4 


6,174.0 


1,954.3 


506.6 


1,024.7 


95.9 


1,405.8 


121.9 


6,987.1 


832.7 


122.5 


445.9 


338.6 


138.4 


186.1 


53.9 


51.4 


999.0 


539.6 


743.8 


231,054.4 


1,050.1 


8,232.7 


2,758.3 


26.4 


192.8 


383.3 


3,075.7 


179.0 


3,789.8 


120.6 


324.8 



$ c. 
143.04 
234.78 
16,234.24 
162.77 
266.74 

386.11 
2,539.78 

10,291.91 
6,708.83 

12,181.02 

3,855.74 
999.50 

2,021.68 
189.22 

2,773.58 



240.50 

13,785.21 

1,642.88 

241.69 



879.74 

668.04 
273.06 
367.17 
106.34 
101.41 

1,970.98 
1,064.62 
1,467.48 
455,859.29 
2,071.80 

16,242.72 

5,442.00 

52.09 

380.38 

756.23 

6,068.21 
353.16 

7,477.09 
237.94 
640.82 



$ c. 

854.98 

2,330.61 

37,703.20 

725.34 
1,274.84 

1,438.79 
12,163.45 
30,786.14 
19,590.02 
41,133.89 

17,892.39 

4,419.03 

8,601.28 

921.18 

6,108.70 

1,197.00 
46,537.36 
7,644.25 
2,522.85 
4,210.49 

2,701.84 
1,249.71 
2,015.76 
834.85 
1,090.30 

4,944.91 
5,943.66 
5,807.56 
1,082,690.58 
8,321.77 

42,509.72 

26,294.55 

470.30 

1,154.76 

3,144.07 

18,145.27 
2,293.47 

18,650.50 
1,319.44 
5,384.93 



$ c 
1,033.55 
1,618.55 
67,652.00 
1,088.02 
1,858.65 

2,246.60 
14,987.79 
50,871.44 
39,310.55 
75,950.31 

22,653.28 
6,255.65 

11,320.28 
1,619.46 

10,768.74 

2,097.37 
72,949.60 
9,784.15 
1,904.86 
5,555.19 

4,389.74 
1,834.98 
2,333.74 
1,316.61 
1,012.69 

8,713.48 

6,668.48 

8,570.01 

2,297,258.07 

10,752.30 

86,622.94 

33,313.59 

550.44 

2,137.28 

4,349.54 

30,660.99 
3,376.11 

31,009.25 
1,936.71 
3,987.38 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



149 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 

companies 



Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power Com- 
mission 
Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ 


c. 


208 


.16 


309 


.86 


6,870.93 


196 


.46 


360.00 


367 


.85 


2,436.86 


6,902 


.39 


6,234.99 


13,031 


.94 


3,369 


91 


1,114 


84 


1,791 


98 


354 


27 


956.09 


440 


31 


10,661 


03 


1,659 


59 


373 


74 


981 


40 


778 


18 


347 


63 


411 


88 


332 


83 


241 


41 


1,000 


25 


1,158 


17 


1,438 


41 


274,482 


86 


1,542 


62 


12,358 


80 


5,638 


68 


131 


58 


349 


65 


709 


75 


4,274 


02 


769 


88 


3,271 


63 


417 


51 


704 


69 



$ 


c. 


344.42 


550 


.21 


27,002 


91 


384.67 


644 


.16 


844.09 


5,679 


.89 


20,044 


.12 


14,538 


46 


27,915 


07 


8,101 


28 


2,226 


17 


4,178 


79 


501 


79 


4,459.52 


630.09 


28,263 


27 


3,456.09 


589 


67 


2,023.08 


1,562 


25 


640 


51 


845 


25 


367 


97 


295 


15 


3,463 


96 


2,434 


84 


3,037 


01 


856,566 


66 


4,169 


42 


32,923 


09 


12,083 


27 


161 


08 


800.48 


1,636 


82 


11,992 


72 


1,049 


83 


12,556 


48 


615 


57 


1,431 


23 



$ 

231. 
358.43 
14,326.90 
239.41 
412.01 

490.05 
3,298.39 

11,022.62 
8,560.85 

16,707.73 

4,936.49 
1,390.46 
2,465.25 
362.26 
2,259.79 

469.45 

15,867.61 

2,151.08 

423.51 

1,223.96 

962.90 
407.93 
513.99 
299 . 65 
230.33 

1,855.98 
1,464.99 
1,888.33 
496,630.32 
2,326.16 

18,805.47 

7,290.94 

124.27 

470.84 

949.83 

6,643.82 
759.62 

6,580.30 
435.96 
879.31 



$ c 
38.30 
62.87 
4,347.13 
43.59 
71.43 

103.39 

680.09 

2,755.92 

1,796.48 

3,261.77 

1,032.48 

267.64 

541.36 

50.66 

742.70 

64.40 

3,691.34 

439.92 

64.72 
235.57 

178.89 
73.12 
98.32 
28.48 
27.16 

527.78 

285.07 

392.96 

122,067.84 

554.78 

4,349.40 

1,457.25 

13.95 

101.86 

202.50 

1,624.92 
94.57 

2,002.20 

63.71 

171.59 



$ c. 
2,854.01 
5,465.31 
174,137.31 
2,840.26 
4,887.83 

5,876:88 
41,786.25 

132,674.54 
96,740.18 

190,181.73 

61,841.57 
16,673.29 
30,920.62 
3,998.84 
28,069.12 

5,139.12 

191,755.42 

26,777.96 

6,121.04 

15,109.43 

11,241.84 
4,826.94 
6,586.11 
3,286.73 
2,998.45 



22,477, 
19,019 
22,601, 
,585,555, 
29,738. 



213,812.14 

91,520.28 

1,503.71 

5,395.25 

11,748.74 

79,409.95 
8,696.64 

81,547.45 
5,026.84 

13,199.95 



$ c 
3,334.60 
5,377.26 
176,220.51 
3,155.28 
5,764.22 

6,519.28 

43,978.79 

146,062.78 

102,662.68 

209,917.38 

68,743.33 
17,730.37 
31,764.89 
4,449.54 
29,521.42 

6,286.56 

209,614.00 

28,311.21 

6,812.88 
15,317.04 

11,956.70 
5,665.22 
7,441.95 
3,819.77 
3,212.62 

23,977.14 
20,504.85 
24,686.88 
6,030,519.38 
34,654.09 

232,804.03 

96,541.30 

1,742.30 

6,169.89 

12,331.37 

83,554.00 
9,842.68 

87,164.23 
5,427.72 

12,458.24 



$ c. 
480.59 



2,083.20 
315.02 
876.39 

642.40 
2,192.54 

13,388.24 
5,922.50 

19,735.65 

6,901.76 

1,057.08 

844.27 

450.70 

1,452.30 



1,147.44 
17,858.58 

1,533.25 
691.84 
207.61 



714.86 
838.28 
855.84 
533.04 
214.17 

1,499.80 
1,485.02 
2,085.12 
444,963 . 76 
4,915.24 

18,991.89 

5,021.02 

238.59 

774.64 

582.63 

4,144.05 

1,146.04 

5,616.78 

400.88 



150 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan.l 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Weston 

Wheat ley. . . 
Windsor. . . . 
Woodbridge. 
Woodstock. . 



Wyoming 

York East twp. 
York North twp. 
Zurich 



48.00 



37.00 



34.00 
65.00 



$ c. 
28.00 
45.00 
28.00 
36.00 
27.00 

54.00 
35.00 
32.00 
62.00 



Sandwich, Windsor and Am- 

herstburg Railway 

Toronto Transportation Comm. 



Rural Power District 

Acton R.P.D. — Esquesing twp. 

Alvinston R.P.D. —Brooke 
twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D— An- 
derdon, Maiden, Colchester 
N., and Colchester S. twps 

Aylmer R.P.D. — Dorchester 
S., Malahide, Yarmouth, 
Bayham, Dorchester N. twps 

Ayr R.P.D.— Dumfries N. 
Dumfries S., Blenheim twps. 



Baden R.P.D.— Wilmot, Zorra 
E., Easthope S., Easthope 
N., Wellesley, Waterloo, 
and Blenheim twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Grimsby 
N., Grimsby S., Caistor, 
Gainsboro, Clinton and Louth 



twps 

Belle River R.P.D.— Maid- 
stone and Rochester twps. . . 

Blenheim R.P.D.— Raleigh 
and Harwich twps 

Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, 
Vaughan, Markham and 
Whitchurch twps ' 



Bothwell R.P.D.— Ekfrid, 
Zone, Oxford, Aldborough 
and Masa twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chingua- 
cousy and Toronto twps .... 



$ c. 

525,268.38 

43,372.79 

5,529,547.79 

54,547.02 

946,526.69 

22,028.14 
714,328.14 
275,230.53 

39,827.44 



828,038.74 

555,721.78 



494.24 
325.88 

121,125.61 

43,288.98 
3,217.55 

39,434.27 

123,010.07 
53,641.02 
30,297.98 

97,603.79 

35,924.62 
15,194.26 



2,604 
121 



25,336.1 



225 
4,919 



51.8 
3,464.9 
1,146.3 

86.8 



3,708.0 
2,233.4 



2.0 
0.4 

438.4 

155.0 
13.0 

160.1 

568.1 
208.9 
108.8 

405.3 

116.6 
68.5 



$ c. 
5,138.36 

239.91 
49,986.91 

444.90 
9,706.73 

102.20 
6,836.08 
2,261.59 

171.25 



7,315.71 
4,406.39 



3.94 
0.79 

864.94 

305.81 
25.65 

315.87 

1,120.84 
412.15 
214.66 

799.64 

230.05 
135.15 



$ c. 

13,064.43 

1,572.95 

128,072.59 

1,890.27 

28,021.91 

727.14 

38,265.49 

9,080.32 

1,350.58 



19,849.56 
26,337.73 



16.01 

8.88 

3,961.48 

1,697.04 
124.40 



1,189.02 

4,074.31 

2,001.26 

807.60 

4,443.26 

1,278.32 
747.78 



$ c. 

25,563.45 

1,918.17 

266,374.63 

2,603.37 

45,948.06 

1,018.18 
35,121.23 
12,502.90 

1,840.29 



40,057.60 
26,519.79 



24.04 
15.05 

5,739.21 

2,056.43 
154.19 



1,903.81 

6,021.79 
2,549.07 
1,446.53 

4,728.05 

1,704.08 
737.61 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



51 



SYSTEM —Continued COST OF POWER 

the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 

companies 



Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission 
Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Charged Credited 



$ c. 

3,448.94 

394.30 

37,919.59 

434.35 

5,799.54 


$ c. 

9,784.07 

617.00 

101,243.73 

956.99 

18,194.04 


$ c. 
5,535.54 

426.43 
57,793.38 

574.56 
9,882.63 


$ c. 

1,375.92 

64.24 

13,385.26 

119.13 

2,599.22 


'$ c. 

63,910.71 

5,233.00 

654,776.09 

7,023.57 

120,152.13 


$ c. 

72,922.91 

5,531.59 

710,073.51 

8,150.80 

132,837.49 


$ c. 

9,012.20 

298.59 

55,297.42 

1,127.23 

12,685.36 


$ c. 


238.01 
4,255.08 
1,725.71 

448.56 


309.88 

12,933.15 

4,539.44 

519.42 


230.51 
7,545.01 
2,702.69 

417.68 


27.37 

1,830.53 

605.60 

45.86 


2,653.29 

106,786.57 

33,418.25 

4,793.64 


2,796.43 

121,272.91 

37,080.12 

5,430.60 


143.14 

14,486.34 

3,661.87 

636.96 




5,821.45 
4,270.26 


15,011.87 
9,293.55 


8,649.01 
5,864.43 


1,958.97 
1,179.92 


98,664.17 
77,872.07 


98,664.17 
84,288.32 






6,416.25 




4.09 


8.68 


5.23 


1.06 


63.05 


63.05 


see page 


163 


4.19 


3.73 


3.44 


0.21 


36.29 


36.29 


11 


<< 


1,033.48 


2,049.08 


1,264.93 


231.61 


15,144.73 


15,144.73 


" 


•• 


383.97 


717.69 


453.09 


81.88 


5,695.91 


5,695.91 


« 


•• 


26.12 


55.77 


33.66 


6.87 


426.66 


426.66 


tt 


u 


323.05 


701.42 


416.43 


84.58 


4,934.18 


4,934.18 


it 


tt 


927.37 


2,201.69 


1,307.15 


300.13 


15,953.28 


15,953.28 


tt 


" 


430.15 


930.13 


559.01 


110.36 


6,992.13 


6,992.13 


tt 


it 


264.62 


511.38 


317.20 


57.48 


3,619.47 


3,619.47 


tt 


It 


709.51 


1,668.37 


1,031.23 


214.12 


13,594.18 


13,594.18 


" 


tt 


335.12 


576.56 


376.11 


61.60 


4,561.84 


4,561.84 


tt 


<< 


111.29 


274.00 


159.22 


36.19 


2,201.24 


2,201.24 


it 


It 



152 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 











Share of operating 




Share of 


Average 
horse- 
















capital cost 


power 




Operating 






of system on 


supplied 


Cost of 


main- 




Rural Power District 


which 


in year 


power 


tenance 






interest and 


after 


pur- 


and 


Interest 




fixed charges 


correction 


chased 


adminis- 






are payable 


for power 
factor 




trative 
expenses 






$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


Brant R.P.D.— Brantford, 












Burford, Blenheim, Dum- 












fries S., Onondaga, and Oak- 












land twps 


59,916.47 


274.6 


541.77 


2,875.15 


2,896.80 


Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and 






Sombra twps 


11,728.14 


23.8 


46.96 


517.59 


545.61 


Burford R.P.D.— B u rf or d, 










Brantford and Oakland twps. 


19,920.95 


72.3 


142.64 


724.56 


952.89 


Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, 












Seneca, Glanford, Oneida, 












Binbrook, Caistor and Bar- 












ton twps 


27,287.68 


118.5 


233.79 


1,030.49 


1,232.38 


Chatham R.P.D.— Dover E., 










Chatham, Raleigh and Har- 












wich twps 


71,779.93 


320.2 


631.74 


2,476.00 


3,460.89 


Chippawa R.P.D— Willough- 










by and Bertie twps 


16,742.93 


. 94.3 


186.05 


651.72 


826.49 


Clinton R.P.D— Goderich, 












Stanley, Tuckersmith and 












Hay twps 


17,793.10 


50.6 


99.83 


466.07 


846.44 


Delaware R.P.D. — Delaware, 










Westminster, Caradoc, Ek- 












frid, Lobo and London twps. 


41,904.66 


174.2 


343.69 


1,812.48 


2,004.57 


Dorchester R.P.D. — London, 












Nissouri W., Nissouri E., 












Oxford N., Dorchester N., 












Dorchester S., Westminster, 












and Yarmouth twps 


63,769.01 


251.6 


496.39 


2,692.72 


2,947.92 


Dresden R.P.D. — Camden 












and Chatham Gore twps. . . . 


1,165.06 


3.8 


7.51 


87.83 


55.69 


Drumbo R.P.D.— Blenheim, 












Burford and Blandford twps. 


23,610.08 


65.9 


130.02 


945.62 


1,102.64 


Dundas R.P.D. — Flamboro 












W., Beverly, Ancaster, Flam- 












boro E. and Nelson twps.. . . 


68,952.17 


351.4 


693.29 


1,619.16 


3,380.58 


Dunnville R.P.D.— Moulton 












twp 


660.43 


3.3 


6.51 


33.78 


32.50 


Dutton R.P.D. — Dunwich 




and Aldboro twps 


9,977.25 


38.8 


76.55 


688.69 


477.33 


Elmira R.P.D.— Woolwich 










twp 


5,658.01 


22.3 


44.00 


156.92 


269.51 


Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, 












Nichol, Garafraxa W. and 












Peel twps 


10,206.77 


40.1 


79.12 


393.68 


489.43 


Essex R.P.D.— Sandwich S., 










Maidstone, Rochester, Col- 












chester N., Gosfield N., 












and Gosfield S. twps 


37,328.77 


146.6 


289.23 


1,186.04 


1,786.47 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 
















Cost in 


Total cost 
of power 


Amounts 


Amounts remaining to 








be credited or charged 








excess of 


for year as 


paid to the 


to each municipality 




Obsoles- 




revenue 


provided to 


Com- 


upon ascertainment of 




cence 


Sinking 


from 


be paid 


mission 


the actual cost of 


Renewals 


and 


fund 


power sold 


under 


by each 


power by annual 




contin- 




to private 


Power Com- 


munici- 


adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


mission Act 


pality 






Credited 


Charged 



$ c 

431.06 
133. S3 

175.89 

181.18 

517.24 
101.77 

180.60 



498.41 


10.85 


240.47 


449.40 


4.55 


82.66 


46.13 


86.84 



299.55 



1,112.56 
159.84 

335.40 

467.45 

1,315.75 
336.04 

281.57 
739. 78 

1,077.75 

18.71 

342.30 

1,332.45 

12.56 

170.57 

98.74 

175.12 
652.39" 



626.12 
123.07 

208.65 

265.73 

749.97 
178.01 

187.50 

438.25 

647.82 

12.23 

246.45 

726.28 

6.93 

103.97 

58.79 

108.21 
390.65 



145.08 
12.57 

38.20 

62.60 

169.16 
49.82 

26.73 
92.03 

132.92 

2.01 

34.81 

185.65 

1.74 
20.49 

11.78 

21.18 



8,628.54 
1,539.47 

2,578.23 

3,473.62 

9,320.75 
2,329.90 

2,088.74 
5,761.26 



8,493 . 93 

194.83 

3,042.31 

8,386.81 

98.57 

1,620.26 

685 . 87 

1,353.58 



77.45 4,681.78 



8,628.54 
1,539.47 

2,578.23 

3,473.62 

9,320.75 
2,329.90 

2,088.74 
5,761.26 

8,493.93 

194.83 

3,042.31 

8,386.81 

98.57 
1,620.26 

685.87 

1,353.58 
4,681.78 



see page 



see page 



$ c 



163 



165 



154 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural Power District 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Exeter R.P.D.— Hay, Stephen, 
Usborne, Tuckersmith, Bid- 
dulph and Bosanquet twps. . 

Forest R.P.D.— Plympton, 
Warwick, Bosanquet, Wil- 
liams W. and Adelaide twps. 

Gait R.P.D.— Dumfries N. 
and Dumfries S. twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Esques- 
ing and Chinguacousy twps. 

Goderich R.P.D.— Colborne 
and Goderich twps 

Grantham R.P.D. —Gran- 
tham and Niagara twps. . . . 

Guelph R.P.D.— Eramosa, 
Nassagaweya, Guelph and 
Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D.— Wal- 
pole, Rainham, Cayuga N. 
and Oneida twps 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester S. 
and Maiden twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dorchester 
N., Dereham, Oxford N., Nis- 
souri E., Zorra W. and 
Oxford W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D. — Louth, 
Thorold, Pelham and Gran- 
tham twp 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina 
and Gwillimbury N. twps. . . 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield 
N., Gosfield S., Mersea and 
Romney twps 

Listowel R.P.D.— Wallace and 
Elma twps 

London R.P.D. — Westminster, 
Delaware and London twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen, Lon- 
don, McGillivray and Bid- 
dulph twps 

Lynden R.P.D.— Beverly, An- 
caster, Brantford and Dum- 
fries S. twps 



. $ c. 




53,838.10 


170.3 


1,940.09 


4.6 


23,660.25 


111.9 


11,806.32 


43.0 


13,587.48 


40.3 


70,203.35 


395.6 


18,447.07 


84.3 


9,855.57 


29.7 


55,514.20 


210.7 


51,118.18 


206.2 


15,365.04 


85.0 


52,390.21 


195.4 


106,374.92 


371.9 


14,731.07 


56.7 


236,727.15 


1,043.5 


11,636.39 


46.4 


32,236.49 


112.7 



$ 


c. 


336.01 


9.07 


220 


77 


84 


84 


79.51 


780.50 


166.32 


58.59 


415 


71 


406.83 


167 


.70 


385 


.51 


733 


.74 


111 


.87 


2,058 


.77 


91 


.55 


222 


.35 



$ c. 

2,404.56 

110.19 

1,433.16 

384.23 

370.08 

2,108.20 

912.76 

255.11 
2,021.73 

1,950.96 

431.06 
3,076.06 

3,725.33 

476.13 

8,437.57 

669.99 
879.68 



$ c. 
2,541.06 

90.72 

1,158.51 
567.56 
642.70 

3,499.89 

901.71 

467.63 
2,661.53 

2,437.31 

762.57 
2,518.19 

4,873.61 

710.01 

11,362.71 

556.41 
1,534.38 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost-, and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power Com- 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 


Amounts remaining to 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


mission Act 


pality 






Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


515.51 


822.44 


563.55 


89.97 


7,273.10 


7,273.10 


see page 


165 


20.96 


27.26 


20.34 


2.43 


280.97 


280.97 


» 


« 


167.77 


446.44 


249.97 


59.12 


3,735.74 


3,735.74 


" 


<< 


105.55 


195.68 


124.77 


22.71 


1,485.34 


1,485.34 


" 


<( 


135.08 


203.69 


143.18 


21.29 


1,595.53 


1,595.53 


«< 


» 


415.12 


1,383.02 


748.32 


209.00 


9,144.05 


9,144.05 


« 


M 


136.10 


337.32 


194.88 


44.54 


2,693.63 


2,693.63 


«< 


<< 


98.54 


150.83 


103.89 


15.69 


1,150.28 


1,150.28 


•' 


« 


458.68 


940.37 


581.24 


111.32 


7,190.58 


7,190.58 


" 


M 


405.26 


888.24 


528.27 


108.94 


6,725.81 


6,725.81 


<< 


(i 


93.39 


302.28 


163.75 


44.90 


1,965.65 


1,965.65 


« 


« 


422.07 


846.30 


553.34 


103.23 


7,904.70 


. 7,904.70 


see page 


167 


887.50 


1,750.35 


1,080.62 


196.48 


13,247.63 


13,247.63 


" 


« 


124.26 


255.22 


155.25 


29.96 


1,862.70 


1,862.70 


» 


" 


1,750.63 


4,310.52 


2,464.60 


551.29 


30,936.09 


30,936.09 


11 


11 


94.58 


200.47 


121.34 


24.51 


1,758.85 


1,758.85 


<« 


<< 


295.35 


514.94 


339.09 


59.53 


3,845.32 


3,845.32 


<« 


< « 



56 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural Power District 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



MarkhamR.P.D. — Markham, 
Scarboro, Pickering and 
Whitchurch twps 

Merlin R.P.D.— Romney, Til- 
bury E. and Raleigh twps. . . 

Milton R. P. D. — Nassagaweya , 
Esquesting, Trafalgar and 
Nelson twps 

Milverton R.P.D. — Morning- 
ton twp 

Mitchell R.P.D— Fullarton, 
Downie, Ellice, Logan and 
Elma twps 



Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwillim- 
bury E., King, Whitchurch 
and Scott twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara twp. 

Norwich R.P.D. — Norwich N., 
Norwich S., Dereham, Ox- 
ford E., Burford and Wind- 
ham twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D— Ennis- 
killen, Dawn and Brooke 
twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Mary 
borough, Wallace and Minto 
twps 



Petrolia R.P.D.— Plympton 
and Enniskillen twps 

Preston R.P.D.— Waterloo, 
Puslinch, Dumfries N. and 
Woolwich twps 

Ridgetown R.P.D.— Howard 
Orford, Harwich, Aldbor- 
ough and Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Welles- 
ley and Woolwich twps. ... 

St. Marys R.P.D.— Fullarton 
Usborne, Blanshard and 
Downie twps 



St. Thomas R.P.D.— South- 
wold, Yarmouth, Westminster 
and Dunwich twps 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, 
Barton, Binbrook and Grims- 
by N. twps 



56,435.86 
23,376.61 

21,909.77 
7,400 . 64 

30,347.79 



48,853.29 
88,174.24 



45,219.89 

11,315.35 

1,145.48 

1,565.01 

122,622.86 

69,601.22 
36,704.59 

42,880.45 

92,756.14 
126,432.11 



208.0 
68.5 

93.3 
29.6 

103.6 



192.3 
515.5 



188.8 

34.0 

4.2 

5.4 

569.8 

204.2 
154.9 

140.4 

405.8 

475.2 



$ 


c. 


410.37 


135 


14 


184.08 


58.40 


204.39 


379.39 
1,017.06 


372 


49 


67.08 


8 


29 


10 


65 


1,124 


19 


402 


88 


305 


61 


277 


.00 


800.62 


937 


.54 



$ 


c. 


1,360.07 


819 


26 


912 


14 


225. 


41 


993 


77 


1,257.16 
3,216.45 


1,947 


53 


452 


28 


44.52 


87 


72 


3,873.05 


2,513 


.78 


1,043 


.96 


1,299 


.48 


3,893 


.85 


2,881 


.17 



$ c. 

2,712.94 

1,045.58 

1,065.09 
356.87 

1,451.07 



2,364.85 
4,437.92 



2,145.58 

533.10 

55.25 

73.41 

5,973.30 

3,278.80 
1,774.03 

2,456.19 

4,453.62 

5,225.86 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power Com- 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 


Amounts remaining to 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


mission Act 


pality 






Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


458.12 


922.03 


595.22 


109.89 


6,568.64 


6,568.64 


see page 


167 


209.67 


346.91 


230.13 


36.18 


2,822.87 


2,822.87 


" 


< < 


171.47 


382.27 


230.82 


49.29 


2,995.16 


2,995.16 


» 


»« 


60.04 


130.58 


77.67 


15.64 


924.61 


924.61 


M 


it 


278.51 


526.80 


319.81 


54.73 


3,829.08 


3,829.08 


« 


«i 


374.68 
511.80 


832.04 
1,756.41 


515.99 
941.82 


101.59 

272.34 


5,825.70 
12,153.80 


5,825.70 
12,153 80 


« 


'< 


355.49 


787.35 


472.56 


99.74 


6,180.74 


6,180.74 


« 


" 


109.57 


185.00 


118.55 


17.96 


1,483.54 


1,483.54 


« 


(i 


10.03 


19.29 


12.08 


2.22 


151.68 


151.68 


<< 


" 


13.92 


26.43 


16.38 


2.85 


231.36 


231.36 


» 


" 


884.86 


2,319.95 


1,294.36 


301.03 


15,770.74 


15,770.74 


" 


" 


688.67 


1,064.47 


730.16 


107.88 


8,786.64 


8,786.64 


" 


1 1 


291.16 


668.10 


387.89 


81.83 


4,552.58 


4,552.58 


'« 


" 


533.10 


886.81 


545.17 


•74.18 


6,071.93 


6,071.93 


V 


,, 


693.32 


1,707.35 


967.24 


214.39 


12,730.39 


12,730.39 


" 


» 


837.16 


1,961.81 


1,143.21 


251.05 


13,237.80 


13,237.80 


see page 


169 



158 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 











Share of operating 




Share of 


Average 
horse- 
















capital cost 


power 


Cost of 


Operating 






of system on 


supplied 


power 


main- 




Rural Power District 


which 


in year 


pur- 


tenance 






interest and 


after 


chased 


and 


Interest 




fixed charges 


correction 




adminis- 






are payable 


for power 
factor 




trative 
expenses 






$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Sandwich R.P.D. — Sandwich 












W., Sandwich E., Sandwich 












S., Maidstone, Anderdon and 












Colchester N. twps 


219,260.80 


929.9 


1,834.65 


6,656.14 


10,497.75 


Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Moore 












and Plympton twps 


103,959.92 


377.8 


745.38 


4,506.47 


4,946.82 


Scarboro R.P.D. — Scarboro, 












Pickering and York N. twps. 


41,456.76 


158.7 


313.11 


1,481.25 


1,914.06 


Seaforth R.P.D.— Tucker- 












smith and McKillop twps. . . 


12,931.54 


47.3 


93.32 


456.30 


623.59 


Simcoe R.P.D. — Woodhouse, 












Charlotteville, Windham and 












Townsend twps 


25,146.25 


110.7 


218.41 


1,194.69 


1,217.32 


Stamford R.P.D.— Stamford 










and Thorold twps 


22,293.58 


145.6 


287.26 


1,272.92 


1,133.70 


Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice, 










Downie and Easthope N. 












twps 


34,568.98 


159.3 


314.29 


1,072.72 


1,679.43 


Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, 










Metcalfe and Caradoc twps . 


7,256.83 


29.5 


58.20 


624.25 


348.77 


Streetsville R.P.D.— Toronto, 












Trafalgar, Esquesing and 












Chinguacousy twps 


39,407.45 


176.8 


348.81 


1,494.99 


1,921.71 


Tavistock R.P.D. — Easthope 












N., Easthope S. and Zorra E. 












twps 


22,324.72 


86.4 


170.46 


740.28 


1,073.90 


Thamesville R.P.D.— Cam- 










den, Euphemia, Zone, Orford, 












Howard, Chatham and Har- 












wich twps 


15,629.58 


59.1 


116.60 


590.08 


750.33 


Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., 










Tilbury E., Tilbury W. and 












Tilbury N. twps 


27,611.36 


92.9 


183.29 


1,035.42 


1,314.31 


Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Norwich 












S., Bayham, Dorchester S., 












Malahide, Dereham, Middle- 












ton and Norwich N. twps. . . 


57,709.87 


211.6 


417.48 


2,367.21 


2,723.28 


Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Dover 












E., Chatham and Sombra 












twps 


41,466.07 


163.3 


322.18 


1,754.63 


1,976.45 


Walsingham R.P.D.— Wals- 










ingham S. and Charlotteville 












twps 


24,470.37 


40.3 


79.51 


641.36 


1,133.29 







930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power Com- 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 


Amounts remaining to 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 

contin- 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by ann ual 

adjustment 




gencies 




companies 


mission Act 


pality 






Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,625.09 


3,940.44 


2,284.96 


491.28 


27,330.31 


27,330.31 


see page 


169 


889.69 


1,787.76 


1,087.13 


199.60 


14,162.85 


14,162.85 


11 




295.47 


675.82 


416.18 


83.84 


5,179.73 


5,179.73 


<« 




113.29 


217.05 


136.28 


24.99 


1,664.82 


1,664.82 


<< 




190.17 


451.94 


263.92 


58.48 


3,594.93 


3,594.93 


" 




104.69 


467.54 


238.03 


76.92 


3,581.06 


3,581.06 


it 




246.82 


648.15 


364.40 


84.16 


4,409.97 


4,409.97 


< < 




58.20 


122.40 


75.79 


15.58 


1,303.19 


1,303.19 


14 




292.23 


718.91 


414.48 


93.40 


5,284.53 


5,284.53 


44 




187.66 


390.17 


235.38 


45.65 


2,843.50 


2,843.50 


" 




131.23 


268.71 


163.53 


31.22 


2,051.70 


2,051.70 


" 




251.23 


444.88 


289.00 


49.08 


3,567.21 


31/567.21 


<< 




504.41 


959.15 


604.04 


111.79 


7,687.36 


7,687.36 


« 




337.03 


720.71 


433.90 


86.27 


5,631.17 


5,631.17 


tt 




298.96 


300.72 


257.35 


21.29 


2,732.48 


2,732.48 


1 1 





160 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Walton R.P.D.— Wawanosh 
W., Wawanosh E., Morris, 
Gray, Hullett and McKillop 
twps 

Waterdown R.P.D.— Flam 
boro E., Flamboro W. and 
Nelson twp 

Waterford R. P. D — Windham 
and Townsend twps 

Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Pel 
ham, Thorold, Crowland 
Wainfleet and Humberstone 
twps 

Woodbridge R. P. D— Toron- 
to, Vaughan, Etobicoke, To- 
ronto Gore, Albion, King, 
Chinguacousy and North 
York twps 



Woodstock R. P. D— Oxford 
W., Oxford N., Oxford E., 
Blenheim, Blandford, Zorra 
W. and Zorra E. twps 



Totals — Municipalities. . . 
Totals — Rural power dis- 
tricts 

Totals — Companies 



Non-operating capital 
Grand totals 



21,520.96 



53.2 



76,215 
19,384 



331 
79 



187,393.59 



102,259.24 



81,316.60 



985.8 



384.6 



377.0 



109,883,171.13 



532,189.5 



3,842,874. 
47,512,188. 



15,900 
281,751 



161,238,234. 
2,820,809. 



164,059,044.38 



829,841 



$ c. $ c 



104.96 

654.62 
156.66 

1,944.93 
758.80 
743.80 



1,049,984.46 

31,370.12 
557,162.26 



2 1,638,516.84 



672.26 

2,115.75 
663.71 

8,379.22 
2,921.65 
3,264.55 



$ c 

999.31 

3,700.93 
930.17 

9,269.65 
4,898.66 
3.913.90 



2,849,633.81 

139,082.11 
1,355,667.73 



5,347,166.23 

184,045.29 
2,407,973.55 



4,344,383.65 



7,939,185.07 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



SYSTEM— Continued 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 

excess of 

revenue 

from 

power sold 

to private 

companies 


Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

227.07 

590.65 

155.50 

1,235.61 
879.21 
576.20 


$ c. 

301.05 

1,359.40 
344.43 

3,552.30 
1,704.07 
1,525.96 


$ c. 

223.24 

802.54 
202.72 

1,990.74 

1,077.11 

849 . 80 


$ c. 

28.11 

175.28 
41.94 

520.81 
203.19 
199.17 


$ c. 

2,556.00 

9,399.17 
2,495.13 

26,893.26 
12,442.69 
11,073.38 


$ c. 

2,556.00 

9,399.17 
2,495.13 

26,893.26 
12,442.69 
11,073.38 


$ c. 
see page 

see page 
« < 


$ c. 
169 

171 
it 


704,104.56 

30,122.18 
255,944.12 


2,025,324.98 

67,328.01 
956,417.27 


1,156,801.11 

40,151.31 
504,900.58 


281,159.95 

8,400.06 
(289,560.01) 


13,414,175.10 

500,499.08 
5,748,505.50 


14,483,324.78 

500,499.08 
5,748,505.50 


1,074,655.61 


5,505.93 








990,170.86 


3,049,070.26 


1,701,853.00 




19,663,179.68 


20,732,329.36 















6 H.E. 



162 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Rural power districts and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 

and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission'! 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to 4Jstricts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 
preceding 



Acton R.P.D. — Esquesing twp 

Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — Anderdon, 
Maiden, Colchester N. and Colchester 
S. twps 

Aylmer R.P.D.— Dorchester S., Mala 
hide, Yarmouth, Bayham and Dor- 
chester N. twps 

Ayr R.P.D. — Dumfries N., Dumfries S 
and Blenheim twps 



Baden R.P.D.— Wilmot, Zorra E. 
Easthope S., Easthope N., Wellesley 
Waterloo and Blenheim twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Grimsby N. 
Grimsby S., Caister, Gainsboro, 
Clinton and Louth twps 

Belle River R.P.D. — Maidstone and 
Rochester twps 

Blenheim R.P.D.— Raleigh and Har- 
wich twps 

Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, Vaughan, 
Markham and Whitchurch twps. . . . 

Both well R.P.D.— Ekf rid, Zone, Or- 
ford, Aldborough and Mara twps. . . . 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and 
Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Brantford, Burford, 
Blenheim, Dumfries S., Onondaga 
and Oakland twps 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra 
twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Burford, Brantford 
and Oakiand twps 



Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Seneca, 
Glanford, Oneida, Binbrook, Caister 
and Barton twps 

Chatham R.P.D.— Dover E., Chat- 
ham, Raleigh and Harwich twps. . . . 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Willoughby and 
Bertie twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Stanley, 
Tuckersmith and Hay twps 

Delaware R.P.D. — Delaware, West- 
minster, Caradoc, Ekf rid, Lobo and 
London twps 



$ c. 
2,871.95 
2,966.87 


*97,828.88 


*133,683.47 


17,178.48 


*9 1,903. 92 


*225,926.60 


71,896.38 


*77,795.98 


♦177,610.86 


♦44,076.75 


65,157.28 


♦139,397.07 


33,434.04 


34,450.14 


86,727.30 


182,813.20 


37,623.26 


♦79,193.93 


♦152,938.63 



$ c 
1,435.97 
1,483.43 



48,828.94 

65,761.03 

8,589.24 

45,748.48 

112,709.42 
35,948.19 
37,429.57 
88,019.67 

21,851.61 
32,578.64 

68,749.45 
16,717.02 
17,225.07 

43,363.65 
91,406.60 
18,811.63 
38,878.62 

75,397.89 



$ c 
1,435.98 
1,483.44 



48,999.94 

67,922.44 

8,589.24 

46,155.44 

113,217.18 
35,948.19 
40,366.41 
89,591.19 

22,225.14 
32,578.64 

70,647.62 
16,717.02 
17,225.07 

43,363.65 
91,406.60 
18,811.63 
40,315.31 

77,540.74 



$ c. 
63.05 
36.29 



15,144.73 

5,695.91 
426.66 

4,934.18 

15,953.28 
6,992.13 
3,619.47 

13,594.18 

4,561.84 
2,201.24 

8,628.54 
1,539.47 
2,578.23 

3,473.62 
9,320.75 
2,329.90 
2,088.74 

5,761.26 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1929 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
26.69 
13.80 


$ c 
64.80 
27.69 


$ c 
57.44 
24.54 


$ c. 
28.72 
12.27 


$ c. 

15.12 

6.46 


$ c 
255.82 
121.05 


6,466.94 


2,061.28 


1,824.01 


912.01 


480.97 


26,889.94 


6,321.18 


2,772.82 


2,423.98 


1,212.00 


647.00 


19,072.89 


399.76 


324.57 


287.69 


143.84 


75.73 


1,658.25 


4,983 . 84 


2,030.77 


1,791.86 


895.93 


473.86 


15,110.44 


6,757.63 


4,700.43 


4,157.53 


2,078.77 


1,096.79 


34,744.43 


3,502.88 


1,405.40 


1,245.70 


622.85 


327.93 


14,096.89 


2,830.39 


1,676.03 


1,426.96 


713.49 


391.08 


10,657.42 


12,292.31 


3,423.64 


3,003.16 


1,501.58 


798.87 


34,613.74 


2,776.95 


814.46 


714.43 


357.21 


190.04 


9,414.93 


1,885.84 


1,391.47 


1,233.35 


616.68 


324.68 


7,653.26 


3,814.34 


2,623.10 


2,287.07 


1,143.53 


612.07 


19,108.65 


920.41 


737.17 


653.40 


326.70 


172.01 


4,349.16 


1,173.73 


751.58 


666.18 


333.09 


175.37 


5,678.18 


2,013.25 


1,792.72 


1,589.00 


794.50 


418.32 


10,081.41 


9,166.00 


3,661.26 


3,222.27 


1,611.14 


848.27 


27,829.69 


1,117.75 


832.54 


737.93 


368.96 


194.26 


5,581.34 


2,341.35 


1,205.23 


1,053.42 


526.71 


281.23 


7,496.68 


6,553.88 


3,298.70 


2,881.00 


1,440.50 


769.71 


20,705.05 



$ c 
363.11 
114.10 



30,549.02 

23,002.69 
2,526.29 

16,510.62 

43,993.79 
20,781.77 
15,508.04 
41,281.47 

10,544.60 
9,459.60 

20,311.89 
4,826.98 

7,275.56 

11,771.41 

31,254.96 

7,004.52 

7,528.26 

23,456.62 



$ c. 
107.29 



3,659.08 

3,929.80 
868.04 

1,400.18 

9,249.36 
6,684.88 
4,850.62 
6,667.73 

1,129.6*7 
1,806.34 

1,203.24 

477.82 

1,597.38 

1,690.00 

3,425.27 

1,423.18 

31.58 

2,751.57 



power districts. 



164 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Rural power districts and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 

and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission': 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Dorchester R.P.D. — London, Nissouri 
W., Nissouri E., Oxford N., Dor- 
chester N., Dorchester S., West- 
minster and Yarmouth twps 

Dresden R.P.D. — Camden and Chat- 
ham Gore twps 

Drumbo R.P.D. — Blenheim, Burford 
and Blandford twps 

Dundas R.P.D. — Flamboro W., Bever- 
ly, Ancaster, Flamboro E. and 
Nelson twps. 

Dunnville R.P.D. — Moulton twp 



Dutton R.P.D. — Dunwich and Aid- 
boro twps 

Elmira R.P.D. — Woolwich twp 

Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, Nichol, 
Garafraxa W. and Peel twps. 

Essex R.P.D.— Sandwich S., Maid- 
stone, Rochester, Colchester N., 
Gosfield N. and Gosfield S. twps. . . . 

Exeter R.P.D.— Hay, Stephen, Us- 
borne, Tuckersmith, Bidduiph and 
Bosanquet twps 



Forest R.P.D. — Plympton, Warwick, 
Bosanquet, Williams W. and Ade- 
laide twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Dumfries N. and Dum- 
fries S. twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Esquesing and 
Chinguacousy twps 

Goderich R.P.D. — Coiborne and God- 
erich twps 

Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham and 
Niagara twps 



Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Nassaga- 
weya, Guelph and Puslinch twps .... 

Haldimand R.P.D— Walpole, Rain- 
ham, Cayuga N. and Oneida twps. . . 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester S. and 
Maiden twps ' 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dorchester N., Dere- 
ham, Oxford N., Nissouri E., Zorra 
W. and Oxford W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D.— Louth, Thorold, Pei- 
ham and Grantham twps 



166,211.60 
5,050.23 

♦44,273.58 



144,002.86 
3,277.65 



40,016.37 
7,841.43 

23,878.81 



*96,819.82 
*99,067.80 

*9,246.70 
48,594.98 
56,410.27 
7,326.18 
88,906.58 

95,467.45 

♦21,451.91 

87,977.23 

167,743.32 
70,516.95 



82,331.07 

2,525.11 

21,670.80 



71,855.61 
1,638.83 



20,008.18 
3,920.71 

11,939.40 



47,599.63 
49,027.36 

4,529.97 
24,297.49 
28,205.13 

3,663.09 
44,453.29 

47,733.72 
10,533.92 
43,988.62 

83,871.66 

35,258.48 



83,880.53 

2,525.12 

22,602.78 



72,147.25 
1,638.82 



20,008.19 
3,920.72 

11,939.41 
49,220.19 
50,040.44 

4,716.73 
24,297.49 
28,205.14 

3,663.09 
44,453.29 

47,733.73 
10,917.99 
43,988.61 

83,871.66 
35,258.47 



8,493.93 

194.83 

3,042.31 



8,386.81 
98.57 



1,620.26 
685.87 

1,353.58 
4,681.78 
7,273.10 

280.97 
3,735.74 
1,485.34 
1,595.53 
9,144.05 

2,693.63 
1,150.28 
7,190.58 

6,725.81 
1,965.65 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1929 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 


remaining 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 



$ c. 


$ c. 


8,349.34 


3,723.36 


90.01 


52 . 68 


1,625.99 


951.23 


3,688.23 
16.17 


3,170.01 
73.30 


461.05 
995.41 


514.00 
161.77 


1,221.23 


512.69 


4,05 0.10 


2,009.50 


3,504.77 


2,006.23 


170.55 


164.04 


2,561.60 


964.87 


1,412.73 


952.88 


574.83 


145.53 


3,620.66 


1,884.04 


4,190.02 


1,673.47 


1,223.27 


479.05 


4,658.90 


1,774.43 


5,014.26 


3,097.00 


1,908.77 


1,366.92 



$ c. 

3,269.27 

46.69 

824.50 



2,804.61 
64.97 



455.59 
143.38 

454.43 
1,748.73 
1,757.99 

141.67 
855.23 
844.60 
128.99 
1,669.95 

1,483.31 

416.94 

1,572.79 

2,745.07 
1,211.59 



$ c. 

1,634.64 

23.35 
412.25 



1,402.30 
32.49 



227.79 
71.69 

227.21 
874.36 
878.99 

70.83 
427.62 
422.30 

64.50 

834.97 

741.66 
208.47 
786.39 

1,372.54 
605.79 



$ c. 

868.80 

12.29 

221.95 



739.68 
17.10 



119.94 

37.75 

119.63 



468.89 
468.13 

38.28 
225.14 
222.34 

33.96 
439.62 

390.48 
111.78 
414.04 

722.64 
318.95 



$ c. 

26,339.34 

419.85 

7,078.23 



20,191.64 
302.60 



3,398.63 
2,095.87 

3,888.77 
13,843.36 
15,889.21 

866.34 

8,770.20 

5,340.19 

2,543.34 

17,593.29 

11,172.57 

3,589.79 

16,397.13 

19,677.32 
7,377.67 



$ c 

26,572.70 

666.96 

7,529.98 



26,368.58 
430.43 



4,497.35 
1,695.23 

4,993.77 
17,729.46 
20,393.25 

1,285.98 
9,574.70 
7,376.51 
2,726.01 
18,609.97 

9,794.72 

4,583.33 

19,034.31 

23,992.30 
10,048.65 



$ c. 

233.36 
247.11 
451.75 



6,176.94 
127.83 



1,098.72 



1,105.00 
3,886.10 
4,504.04 

419.64 
804.50 

2,036.32 
182.67 

1,016.68 

993.54 
2,637.18 

4,314.98 
2,670.98 



$ c. 



400.64 



1,377.85 



power districts. 



66 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 





Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 

and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 




Rural power districts and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 


Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 




Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 


Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina and Gwil- 
limbury E. twps 


$ c. 

*66,829.03 

*195,937.22 

41,927.40 

♦334,860.99 

*47,058.69 

70,283.90 

*138,184.20 

*53, 750.11 

56,597.81 
26,649.53 

51,763.35 

*47,716.56 
♦102,202.47 

♦123,301.30 
19,238.44 

♦1,215.49 

♦7,972.65 

♦224,628.99 

161,406.70 
♦47,190.89 

112,061.74 

♦203,678.08 


$ c 
32,996.13 
96,884.44 
20,963 . 70 
167,384.08 
23,407.40 

35,141.95 

68,502.76 

26,594.89 

28,298.90 
13,324.77 

25,881.68 

23,421.74 
50,753.63 

60,029.18 
9,619.22 

374.28 

3,799.55 

112,127.73 

80,703.35 
23,591.36 

56,030.87 

101,839.04 


$ c. 
33,832.90 
99,052.78 
20,963.70 
167,476.91 
23,651.29 

35,141.95 
69,681.44 

27,155.22 

28,298.91 
13,324.76 

25,881.67 

24,294.82 
51,448.84 

63,272.12 
9,619.22 

841.21 

4,173.10 

112,501.26 

80,703.35 
23,599.53 

56,030.87 

101,839.04 


$ c 
7,904.70 


Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gos- 
field S., Mersea and Romney twps.. . 

Listowel R. P. D — Wallace and Elma 
twps 


13,247.63 
1,862.70 


London R.P.D. — Westminster, Dela- 
ware and London twps 


30,936.09 


Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen, London, Mc- 
Gillivray and Biddulph twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Beverly, Ancaster, 
Brantford and Dumfries S. twps. . . . 

Markham R.P.D.— Markham, Scar- 
boro, Pickering and Whitchurch twps. 

Merlin R.P.D.— Romney, Tilbury E. 
and Raleigh twps 


1,758.85 

3,845.32 
6,568.64 
2,822.87 


Milton R.P.D. — Nassagaweya, Es- 

quesing, Trafalgar and Nelson twps.. 

Milverton R.P.D. — Mornington twp. . 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Fuilarton, Downie, 
Ellice, Logan and Elma twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwillimbury E., 
King, Whitchurch and Scott twps. . . 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara twp 

Norwich R.P.D.— Norwich N., Nor- 
wich S., Dereham, Oxford E., Burford 
and Windham twps 


2,995.16 
924.61 

3,829.08 

5,825.70 
12,153.80 

6,180.74 


Oil Springs R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Dawn 
and Brooke twps 


1,483.54 


Palmerston R.P.D. — Maryborough, 
Wallace and Minto twps 


151.68 


Petrolia R.P.D.— Plympton and En- 
niskillen twps 


231.36 


Preston R.P.D— Waterloo, Puslinch, 
Dumfries N. and Woolwich twps. . . . 

Ridgetown R.P.D.— Horward, Orford, 
Harwich, Alderborough and Rondeau 
Park twps 


15,770.74 
8,786.64 


St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Wellesley and 
Woolwich twps 


4,552.58 


St. Marys R.P.D.— Fuilarton, Us- 
borne, Blanshard and Downie twps. . 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Southwold, Yar- 
mouth, Westminster and Dunwich 
twps 


6,071.93 
12,730.39 







Note. — Items marked * indued portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1929 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 






Obsoles- 




operation, 


Interest 




cence 


Sinking 


mainten- 


on capital 


Renewal 


and 


fund 


ance and 


invest- 


charges 


contin- 




adminis- 


ment 




gencies 




tration 











Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ 

11,233.29 
12,064.63 

2,851.76 
20,496.68 

1,053.85 

1,926.82 

4,949.38 

2,091.86 

1,789.15 
1,367.18 

3,983.92 

2,198.90 
4,156.84 

6,026.18 
669.77 

286.17 

376.75 

15,647.97 

3,951.62 
3,582.67 

4,319.83 

9,912.33 



$ 

1,402.24 
4,137.43 
937.02 
7,125.24 
1,054.20 

1,549.70 

2,573.49 

1,177.26 

1,211.15 
556.84 

1,077.40 

941.60 
2,276.72 

2,742.83 
431.84 

36.74 
160.92 

4,397.45 

3,195.78 
985.97 

2,389.05 

3,918.62 



$ c. 


$ c 


$ ' c. 


1,226.18 


613.09 


327.19 


3,626.43 


1,813.22 


965.41 


830.54 


415.27 


218.64 


6,313.70 


3,156.84 


1,662.60 


929.54 


464.77 


245.99 


1,373.60 


686.80 


361.60 


2,257.47 


1,128.74 


600.49 


1,033.93 


516.97 


274.70 


1,073.52 
493.56 


536.76 
246.78 


282.61 
129.93 


954.97 


477.48 


251.40 


817.42 
2,004.10 


408.71 
1,002.05 


219.71 
531.24 


2,369.07 


1,184.54 


640.00 


382.77 


191.38 


100.76 


23.23 


11.61 


8.58 


135.16 


67.58 


37.54 


3,890.27 


1,945.14 


1,026.08 


2,832.63 


1,416.32 


745 . 69 


873.85 


436.92 


230.06 


2,117.58 


1,058.79 


557.45 


3,473.33 


1,736.67 


914.36 



$ c 
22,706.69 
35,854.75 

7,115.93 
69,691.15 

5,507.20 

9,743.84 

18,078.21 

7,917.59 

7,888.35 
3,718.90 

10,574.25 

10,412.04 
22,124.75 

19,143.36 
3,260.06 

518.01 

1,009.31 

42,677.65 

20,928.68 
10,662.05 

16,514.63 

32,685.70 



$ c 
19,996.96 
41,148.04 

8,314.66 
64,280.59 

5,989.47 

10,506.25 

21,859.72 

9,422.55 

10,094.98 
3,687.60 

10,645.69 

12,849.59 
24,189.07 

22,397.04 
4,373.51 

611.61 

1,072.29 

41,092.87 

23,556.94 
11,109.47 

14,974.15 

34,096.93 



$ c. 



5,293.29 
1,198.73 



482.27 

762.41 
3,781.51 
1,504.96 
2,206.63 



71.44 

2,437.55 
2,064.32 



3,253.68 
1,113.45 

93.60 
62.98 



2,628.26 
447.42 



$ c. 
2,709.73 



5,410.56 



31.30 



1,584.78 



1,540.48 



1,411.23 



power districts. 



168 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 



Rural power districts and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 

and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission'! 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, Barton, 
Binbrook and Grimsby N. twps 

Sandwich R.P.D. — Sandwich W., Sand- 
wich E., Sandwich S., Maidstone, 
Anderdon and Colchester N. twps. . . 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Moore and 
Plympton twps 



Scarboro R.P.D. — Scarboro, Pickering 
and York N. twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Tuckersmith and 
McKillop twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Woodhouse, Char- 
lotteville, Windham and Townsend 
twps 

Stamford R.P.D.— Stamford and Thor- 
old twps 

Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice, Downie and 
Easthope N. twps 



Strathroy R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe 
and Caradoc twps 

Streetsville R.P.D.— Toronto, Trafal 
gar, Esquesing and Chinguacousy 
twps 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N., East- 
hope S. and Zorra E. twps 

Thamesville R.P.D. — Camden, Eu- 
phemia, Zone, Orford, Howard, Chat- 
ham and Harwich twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Tilbury 
E., Tilbury W. and Tilbury N. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Norwich S., Bay- 
ham, Dorchester S., Malahide, Dere- 
ham, Middleton and Norwich N. 
twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Dover E., Chat- 
ham and Sombra twps 

Walton R.P.D.— Wawanosh W., Wa- 
wanosh E., Morris, Gray, Hullett 
and McKillop twps 

Walsingham R.P.D. — Walsingham S. 
and Charlotteville twps 

Waterdown R.P.D. — Flamboro E., 
Flamboro W. and Nelson twps 



Waterford R.P.D.- 

Townsend twps . . . 



-Windham and 



$ c. 

214,042.38 

288,548.74 
"175,174.87 

106,497.02 
* 16,006. 09 

*50,300.28 

25,954.28 

♦49,613.28 

♦22,746.84 

127,025.73 
76,591.46 

*42,007.15 
*42,232.14 

150,869.01 
♦89,997.05 

♦43,915.45 
♦28,401.39 
♦71,417.97 

47,048.49 



$ c. 
107,021.19 

144,274.37 
85,031.45 

53,248.51 
7,503.18 

24,365.84 
12,977.14 
24,548.70 

11,196.64 

63,512.87 
38,295.73 

20,771.67 
20,894.73 

75,434.51 
44,804.01 

20,647.18 
14,013.93 
34,216.20 

23,524.25 



$ c. 
107,021.19 

144,274.37 
90,143.42 

53,248.51 
8,502.91 

25,934.44 
12,977.14 
25,064.58 

11,550.20 

63,512.86 
38,295.73 

21,235.48 
21,337.41 



75,434.50 
45,193.04 

23,268.27 
14,387.46 
37,201.77 

23,524.24 



$ c. 
13,237.80 

27,330.31 
14,162.85 

5,179.73 
1,664.82 

3,594.93 
3,581.06 
4,409.97 

1,303.19 

5,284.53 
2,843.50 

2,051.70 
3,567.21 



7,687.36 
5,631.17 

2,556.00 
2,732.48 
9,399.17 

2.495.13 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1929 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 






Obsoles- 




operation, 


Interest 




cence 


Sinking 


mainten- 


on capital 


Renewal 


and 


fund 


ance and 


invest- 


charges 


contin- 




adminis- 


ment 




gencies 




tration 











Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
8,740.11 

24,439.34 
10,596.02 

3,056.07 
1,593.29 

1,459.83 
4,390.76 
4,071.89 

838.66 

2,952.79 

3,754.85 

2,160.92 
748.54 



6,515.63 
5,133.18 

2,156.36 

854.09 

3,087.59 

1,232.74 



$ c 
4,622.95 

5,823.57 
3,764.36 

2,177.12 
371.09 

1,146.08 

564.32 

1,073.66 

461.87 

2,428.43 
1,441.34 

909.65 
729.63 

3,240.42 

2,548.13 

1,021.62 

440.70 

1,464.86 

595.67 



$ c. 
4,097.62 

5,161.81 
3,240.47 

1,909.21 
311.20 

985.29 
500.20 
942.51 

404.16 

2,152.48 
1,277.56 

798.75 
637.86 



2,872.19 
1,779.86 

858.68 

383.15 

1,238.69 

527.98 



$ c. 
2,048.81 

2,580.90 
1,620.24 

954.60 
155.60 

492.64 
250.10 
471.26 

202.08 

1,076.24 
638.78 

399.38 
318.93 

1,436.09 
889.93 

429.34 
191.57 
619.35 

263.99 



$ , c. 
1,078.71 

1,358.86 

878.37 

508.00 
86.59 

267.42 
131.68 
250.52 

107.77 

566.64 
336.32 

212.26 
170.25 

756.12 
470.37 

238.38 
102.83 
341.81 

138.99 



$ c 
33,826.00 

66,694.79 
34,262.31 

13,784.73 
4,182.59 

7,946.19 

9,418.12 

11,219.81 

3,317.73 

14,461.11 
10,292.35 

6,532.66 
6,172.42 



22,507.81 
16,452.64 

7,260.38 

4,704.82 

16,151.47 

5,254.50 



$ 
38,854.48 

77,586.33 
37,335.61 

20,128.28 
3,555.89 

10,034.81 
10,016.17 
11,403.33 

3,917.57 

16,360.01 
10,441.15 

8,163.26 
8,431.71 



24,886.41 
17,132.49 

9,049.47 

5,873.32 

23,549.31 

5,538.21 



$ 
5,028.48 

10,891.54 
3,073.30 

6,343.55 



2,088.62 
598.05 
183.52 

599.84 

1,898.90 
148.80 

1,630.60 
2,259.29 

2,378.60 
679.85 

1,789.09 
1,168.50 
7,397.84 

283.71 



626.70 



power districts. 



170 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
amounts] remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to the 

adjustment) of the actual costs in the 





Total capital cost of each district, 




Rural power districts and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 


Provincial Government grant received 

and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 


Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 




Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 


WellandR.'P.D.— Bertie, Peiham,Thor- 
old, Crowland, Wainfleet and Hum- 
berstone twps 


$ c. 
♦324,272.47 

*258,437.41 
175,159.62 


$ c. 
161,422.54 

128,871.88 
87,579.81 


$ c. 
162,849.93 

129,565.53 
87,579.81 


$ c. 
26,893.26 


Woodbridge R. P. D.— Toronto, Vaugh- 
an, Etobicoke, Toronto Gore, Albion, 
King, Chinguacousy and York N. 
twps 


12,442.69 


Woodstock R. P. D— Oxford W., Ox- 
ford N., Oxford E., Blenheim, Bland- 
ford, Zorra W. and Zorra E. twps. . . 


11,073.38 


Non-operating capital 


7,600,271.37 
78,805.62 


3.824,458.20 
78,805.62 








Totals 


7,679,076.99 


3,775,813.17 


3,903,263.82 


500,499.08 







Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— Continued 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, and the 
Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by annual 
year ending October 31, 1928 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts 


remaining 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
on capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

22,968.74 

10,792.81 


$ c. 

6,731.81 

5,413.30 
3,736.68 


* c. 

5,940.52 

4,785.04 
3,312.06 


$ c. 

2,970.25 

2,392.52 
1,656.03 


$ c. 

1,570.78 

1,263.12 
871.92 


$ c. 

67,075.36 

37,089.48 
26,685.00 


$ c. 

76,567.56 

41,903.00 
30,010.43 


$ c. 

9,492.20 

4,813.52 
3,325.43 


$ c. 




6,034.93 








367,223.50 


156,259.41 


137,071.36 


68,535.68 


36,330.90 


1,265,919.93 


1,432,978.27 


180,747.33 


13,688.99 



Net Credit 
power districts. 



$167,058.34 



172 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig. . . 
Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 

Ancaster twp . 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp . . 
Beachville. . . 
Belle River. . . 
Blenheim. . . . 
Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton. . . 
Brantford .... 
Brantford twp 

Bridgeport . . . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . 

Caledonia. . . . 
Campbellville . 

Cayuga 

Chatham. . . . 
Chippawa 

Clifford, 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood. . . 
Delaware .... 
Dorchester . . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 
Dutton ~. . 



Jan., 


1913 


Nov., 


1922 


Jan., 


1916 


April, 


1922 


Nov., 


1925 


May, 


1923 


Dec, 


1926 


Mar., 


1918 


Jan., 


1915 


May, 


1912 


May, 


1924 


Aug., 


1912 


Dec, 


1922 


Nov., 


1915 


July, 


1924 


Feb., 


1915 


Sept., 


1915 


Nov., 


1911 


Feb., 


1914 


May, 


1924 


Mar., 


1928 


Jan., 


1918 


July, 


1924 


June, 


1915 


Nov., 


1916 


Oct., 


1912 


Jan., 


1925 


Nov., 


1924 


Feb., 


1915 


Sept., 


1919 


May, 


1924 


Mar., 


1914 


May, 


1915 


Nov., 


1926 


Dec, 


1923 


Sept., 


1917 


Mar., 


1915 


Dec, 


1914 


Mar., 


1918 


April, 


1915 


Dec, 


1914 


Oct., 


1917 


Jan., 


1911 


June, 


1918 


Sept., 


1915 



$ c 
1,406.56 



508.85 



2,362.46 

696.64 
288.72 

2,595.31 
381.06 

1,120.03 

295.76 
381.31 
563.66 
226.55 
232.92 

738.40 

218.01 

2,172.97 

15,488.94 

456.12 

614.69 
1,533.94 

628.85 
1,401.86 

492.30 

198.42 

116.53 

16.97 

5,869.70 



187.53 



370.71 
236.88 

557.63 
187.96 
491.20 



339.86 

308.93 

1,829.86 

3,869.93 

895.85 



c 



249.70 
256.26 



48.61 



331.67 
762.28 



321.98 
904.41 



249.70 
25o'.26 



48.61 



331.67 
762.28 



321.98 
904.41 



$ c 
1,406.56 



508.85 



2,362.46 

696.64 
288.72 

2,595.31 
381.06 

1,120.03 

295.76 
381.31 
563.66 
226.55 
232.92 

738.40 

218.01 

2,172.97 

15,488.94 

456.12 

614.69 
1,533.94 

628.85 
1,401.86 

492.30 

198.42 

116.53 

16.97 

5,869.70 



187.53 



370.71 
236.88 

557.63 
187.96 
491.20 



339.86 

308.93 

1,829.86 

3,869.93 

895.85 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
17 11 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,468.21 

426.39 

149.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,485.32 

423.49 

157.03 


$ c. 




2.90 






7 89 






3.48 


47.74 


51 22 


31 61 


2,841.86 

979.44 
495.09 
2,806.91 
287.43 
578.64 

407.94 
1,337.24 

507.40 
1,220.02 

790.10 

518.66 

614.08 

9,160.33 

16,441.23 


2,873.47.. 




10.00 






989.44 
498.57 
2,842.86 
292.44 
593.89 

411.73 
1,342.25 

515.11 
1,223.45.. 




3 48 






35.95 








5 01 






15.25 






3.79 








5.01 








7.71 






3.43 






3.06 






793.16 

528.88 

616.83 

9,188.91 

16,655.10 




10.22 






2.75 








28.58 




"196.65" 
70.99 




213.87 






6 55 




189 50 


8 08 








62 91 


19.16 




951.65 
454.77 
642.95 

522.54 

617.84 
318.75 
662.66 
12,464.05 
305.51 

216.65 
458.12 
429.14 
293.26 
520.60 

261.45 

242.20 

312.14 

47.13 


970.81 
462.97 
668.40 
529.44 

620.45 
320.28 
662.92 
12,541.24 
304.85 

219.44 
453.69 
415.77 
299.41 
524.18 

268.84 

245.30 

320.25 

42.37 

232.95 




8 20 








25.45 








6 90 








2.61 








1.53 








.26 








77.19 










0.66 






2.79 








4.43 
13.37 












6.15 






3.58 








7.39 








3.10 








8.11 








4.76 
12.69 








582.59 


595 28 


5 41 


227.54 




3 99 




81.75 


77.76 


23 66 




3,629.50 

4,465.48 

337.19 


3,653.16 

4,519.34 

347.99 




53.86 








10.80 

















174 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown. 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville. 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Railway Commission 

London twp . • , 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin ' 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



Nov., 


1922 


Nov., 


1913 


Nov., 


1914 


Jan., 


1915 


July, 


1924 


July, 


1925 


Nov., 


1923 


Aug., 


1917 


June, 


1916 


Nov. , 


1914 



$ c. 
7,554.16 
1,722.76 
1.233.66 



140.24 



1,608.48 
5,050.31 
2,596.83 
1,309.34 



June, 


1926 
1917 
1911 
1913 
1920 




Mar., 
May, 
Sept. 
Aug., 


1,100.52 

17,133.38 

1,767.94 

352.45 


Feb., 


1914 
1916 
1910 
1913 
1911 




July, 
Dec, 
Sept., 
Feb., 


392.77 

14,739.01 

1,879.48 

97,929.92 


July, 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Feb., 

Dec, 


1916 
1923 
1917 
1911 
1916 


1,153.20 

2,107.31 

714.83 

3,560.47 

77.50 


Oct., 


1924 
1911 
1924 
1923 
1911 




May, 
Feb., 
Nov., 
Jan., 


6,659.93 

191.75 

2,109.22 

23,363.83 


April, 
Nov., 
Nov., 
June, 
Jan., 


1915 
1925 
1923 
1916 
1911 


650.09 

1,166.72 

5,189.67 

1,793.58 

55,138.00 


Aug., 

Jan., 

Feb., 

Nov., 

April, 


1914 
1925 
1915 
1915 
1920 


3,525.94 
976.22 
674.81 
123.86 

1,634.23 


Dec, 


1922 
1920 
1913 
1916 
1912 




Nov., 
April, 
June, 
May, 


359.50 


1,924.41 
3,253.46 



12.97 



20.63 



6.40 



2,475.98 



164.06 



559.37 



932.94 



12.97 



20.63 



6.40 



2,475.98 



164.06 



559.37 



932.94 



$ c. 
7,554.16 
1,722.76 
1,233.66 



140 


.24 


1,608.48 


5,050 


.31 


2,596 


.83 


1,309 


.34 


1,100.52 


17,133 


38 


1,767 


94 


352.45 


392 


77 


14,739.01 


1,879.48 


97,929.92 


1,153 


20 


2,107 


31 


714 


S3 


3,560.47 


77 


50 


6,659.93 


191 


75 


2,109 


22 


23,363 


83 


650.09 


1,166 


72 


5,189 


67 


1,793 


58 


55,138.00 


3,525 


94 


976.22 


674.81 


123 


86 


1,634.23 


359.50 



1,924.41 
3,253.46 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



SYSTEM— Con tinu ed 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited | Charged 


Credit | Charge 


$ c. 
95.20 


$ c. 


$ c. 

16,909.68 

1,970.13 

1,086.41 

470.90 

254.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

17,004.88 

1,992.41 

1,102.23 

470.73 

255.86 


$ c. 


22.28 








15.82 


* 6 '. i 7 ' 












1.86 








0.25 


75.69 


75.94 


26.29 


1,224.39 

8,682.20 

772.95 

1,948.19 

388.89 

1,202.11 

16,979.15 

1,250.70 

1,341.72 

1,391.49 

295.82 

16,847.04 

3,110.92 

78,716.21 

1,199.00 
1,290.61 

816.11 
3,897.88 

346.07 

415.64 
5,435.63 

476.40 

2,137.01 

24,634.34 

414.09 

1,109.16 

3,722.99 

2,171.09 

52,871.00 

6,966.93 

1,338.22 

546.69 

289.64 

1,772.27 

827.32 
885.88 

3,068.68 
837.21 

4,863.43 


1,250.68 

8,748.61 

809.41 

1,964.55 

388.77 

1,216.34 

17,217.65 

1,273.37 

1,347.59 

1,354.86 

300.86 

17,040.87 

3,142.25 
80,079.18 

1,214.60 
1,321.84 

825.39 
3,947.04 

347.09 

413.39 
5,527.64 

479.36 

2,165.39 

24,941.59 

422.28 

1,123.86 

3,788.39 

2,197.82 

53,596.10 

7,012.53 

1,350.52 

555.51 

291.49 

1,796.10 

819.90 
890.61 

3,057.23 
862.45 

4,911.92 




66.41 








36.46 








16.36 










0.12 






14.23 






238.50 








22.67 








5.87 










36.63 






5.04 






193.83 








31.33 








1,362.97 








15.60 






31.23 








9.28 








49.16 








1.02 










2.25 






92.01 






2.96 








28.38 








307.25 






8.19 








14.70 








65.40 








26.73 








725.10 








45.60 








12.30 








8.82 








1.85 






23.83 








7.42 






4.73 








11.45 






25.24 






48.49 















176 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Mitchell 


Sept., 1911 
Mar., 1918 
Mar., 1915 
Mar., 1921 
Mar., 1911 

Feb., 1914 
Dec, 1915 
Aug., 1919 
May, 1912 
Feb., 1918 

Feb., 1916 
July, 1916 
Feb., 1914 
May, 1920 
May, 1916 

Dec, 1914 
Nov., 1916 
Mar., 1920 
Aug., 1912 
Nov., 1912 

Dec, 1921 
Nov., 1926 
April, 1912 
Jan., 1911 
Jan., 1915 

Mar., 1921 
June, 1925 
Dec, 1915 
Nov., 1922 
Sept., 1913 

Feb., 1917 
April, 1914 
Nov., 1922 
Sept., 1915 
Sept., 1917 

May, 1911 
April, 1911 
Feb., 1924 
Dec, 1916 
Aug., 1918 

Nov., 1911 
Aug., 1915 
Aug., 1917 
Nov., 1916 
Sept., 1923 


$ c 
281.89 
299.43 
229.27 

39.37 
1,933.38 

10,471.87 

405.57 

1,282.59 

1,608.71 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 
281.89 


Moorefield 






299.43 


Mount Brydges 






229.27 


Newbury 






39.37 


New Hamburg 






1,933.38 


New Toronto 






10,471.87 


Niagara Falls 






405.57 


Niagara-on-the-Lake 






1,282.59 


Norwich 






1,608.71 


Oil Springs 


572.16 






Otterville 


538.74 
1,795.97 
2,699.07 
1,321.47 
1,471.16 

343.49 

484 . 78 

243.02 

86.39 

1,051.16 

776.00 




538.74 


Palmerston 






1,795.97 


Paris 






2,699.07 


Parkhill 






1,321.47 


Petrolia 






1,471.16 


Plattsville 






343.49 


Point Edward. . 






484.78 


Port Colborne. . 






243.02 


Port Credit . . 






86.39 


Port Dalhousie . 






1,051.16 


Port Dover. . . . 






776.00 




1,396.79 






Port Stanley 


1,631.83 

4,665.29 

505.84 

" 1,546 .64 

162.88 

3,710.60 

960.88 

427.83 




1,631.83 


Preston 






4,665.29 


Princeton .... 






505.84 


Queenston 


267.01 






Richmond Hill 




1,546.64 


Ridgetown 






162.88 


Riverside 






3,710.60 


Rockwood 






960.88 


Rodney 






427.83 


St. Catharines . 


1,679.21 


1,679.21 




St. Clair Beach . 


348.24 

1,008.99 

608.94 

2,868.90 
8,593.62 
7,927.02 
6,446.87 
4,199.85 

"l',982.21 

485.77 

1,169.90 

1,503.31 


348.24 


St. George. . 






1,008.99 


St. Jacobs 






608.94 


St. Marys 






2,868.90 








8,593.62 


Sandwich . 






7,927.02 


Sarnia 






6,446.87 


Scarboro twp . 






4,199.85 


Seaforth . 


47.24 


47.24 






1,982.21 


Springfield 






485.77 








1,169.90 


Stouffville 






1,503.31 











1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



177 



SYSTEM— Con tinu ed 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 



Credited 



Charged 



Credited 



Charged 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
3.71 
4.95 
3.19 
0.60 

24.15 

152.63 

6.26 

15.97 

22.25 



7.65 
24.55 
36.97 
18.42 
23.05 

4.32 
6.38 
3.33 
1.20 
12.90 

11.89 


33.49 

60.33 

6.32 


26.16 

2.09 

46.76 

12.22 

5.30 


4.39 
14.33 
10.41 

37.10 

106.42 

105.11 

75.60 

48.79 



22.37 

7.73 

15.51 

26.03 



$ c. 



22.89 



55.87 



10.68 



20.24 



0.79 



$ c. 
1,133.36 
178.63 
506.41 
156.03 
827.76 

16,113.33 



833.99 

1,073.57 

215.41 

516.40 
1,245.39 
2,762.68 

823.33 
4,286.48 

180.06 
1,464.16 
1,074.30 
1,162.46 
1,960.73 

627.10 

755.69 

1,806.99 

5,556.13 

396.19 



205.80 

974.80 

1,522.77 

3,139.87 

480.59 



2,083.20 
315.02 
876.39 
642.40 

2,192.54 
13,388.24 

5,922.50 
19,735.65 

6,901.76 

1,057.08 

844 27 

450.70 

1,452.30 

1,147.44 



3,621.36 



88.05 



$ c. 
1,137.07 
183.58 
509.60 
156.63 
851.91 

16,265.96 



849.96 
1,095.82 



524.05 
1,269.94 
2,799.65 

841.75 
4,309.53 

184.38 
1,470.54 
1,077.63 
1,163.66 
1,973.63 

638.99 



1,840.48 

5,616.46 

402.51 



1,000.96 

1,524.86 

3,186.63 

492.81 



2,062.96 
319.41 
890.72 
652.81 

2,229.64 
13,494.66 

6,027.61 
19,811.25 

6,950.55 

1,056.29 

866.64 

458.43 

1,467.81 

1,173.47 



% c. 



3,615.10 
"379.64 



696.97 



71.89 



82.75 



178 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesf ord 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto twp 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock , 

Wyoming 

York East twp 

York North twp 

Zurich 

Toronto Tran sport 'n Commission . 

Rural Power Districts 

Acton R.P.D. — Esquesing twp. . . 

Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke twp. . 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — Ander- 
don, Maiden, Colchester N. and 
Colchester S. twps. . , 

Aylmer R.P.D.— Dorchester S., 
Malahide, Yarmouth, Bayham 
and Dorchester N. twps 

Ayr R.P.D.— Dumfries N., Dum- 
fries S. and Blenheim twps 



Jan., 

Dec, 

Aug., 

Nov., 

Nov., 


1911 
1914 
1923 
1916 
1922 


Feb., 

Oct., 

May, 

Mar., 

Jan., 


1914 
1915 
1922 
1914 
1921 


April 
Aug., 
June, 
Aug., 
Nov., 


1915 
1911 
1911 
1913 
1914 


Feb., 
June, 
Nov., 
April, 
Dec, 


1915 
1921 
1911 
1915 
1910 


Sept., 

Sept., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Jan., 


1917 
1917 
1916 
1917 
1911 


Feb., 
Oct., 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Nov., 


1924 
1914 
1914 
1911 
1916 


July, 
Nov., 
Sept. , 


1925 
1923 
1917 


Jan., 


1927 


Feb., 
June, 


1928 
1929 


Nov., 


1923 


Nov., 


1922 


July, 


1926 



$ c 

16,614.64 

2,464.63 

811.35 

1,559.25 

1,086.66 

1,208.78 
126.16 
507.99 
399.91 

1,074.28 



2,977.37 

239,017.91 

2,237.63 

18,055.68 

3,512.14 
281.22 
572.14 
914.52 

6,637.78 

532.66 
2,249.26 

329.22 
1,153.82 
5,683.38 

2,357.94 
36,225.94 

732.00 
11,190.10 

127.54 

3,382.71 

4,334.98 

599.28 

12,520.93 



8,166.59 

445.30 
492.38 



235.70 



23.58 



235.70 



$ c. 

16,614.64 

2,464.63 

811.35 

1,559.25 

1,086.66 

1,208.78 
126.16 
507.99 
399.91 

1,074.28 



2,977.37 

239,017.91 

2,237.63 

18,055.68 

3,512.14 

281.22 

572.14 

914.52 

6,637.78 

532.66 
2,249.26 

329.22 
1,153.82 
5,683.38 

2,357.94 

36,225.94 

732.00 

11,190.10 

127.54 

3,382.71 

4,334.98 

599.28 

12,520.93 



177.01 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 



Credit 



Charge 



$ 


c. 


221 


.43 


32 


.86 


10 


.14 


21 


.99 


13 


.69 


17 


.28 


1 


.63 


6 


.91 


6.79 


13 


30 


38 


.77 


3,143 


25 


27 


22 


227 


55 


53 


11 


4.81 


7 


15 


11 


53 


85 


11 


6 


65 


29 


09 


4 


33 


15 


30 


84 


83 


35 


89 


504 


19 


9 


14 


143.48 


2. 


00 


34. 


12 


56.06 


7. 


69 



234.05 



326.66 

16.02 
19.70 



3.05 



0.94 



$ c. 
17,858.58 
1,533.25 
691.84 
207.61 
714.86 

838.28 
855.84 
533.04 
214.17 
1,499.80 

1,485.02 

2,085.12 

444,963.76 

4,915.24 

18,991.89 

5,021.02 
238.59 
774.64 
582.63 

4,144.05 

1,146.04 

5,616.78 

400.88 



9,012.20 

298.59 

55,297.42 

1,127.23 

12,685.36 

143.14 

14,486.34 

3,661.87 

636.96 

6,416.25 



107.29 



3,659.08 

3,929.80 
868.04 



741.71 



6.95 



$ 


c. 


18,080.01 


1,566 


.11 


701 


.98 


229 


.60 


728 


.55 


855 


56 


857 


47 


539 


95 


220 


96 


1,513 


10 


1,481 


97 


2,123 


89 


448,107 


01 


4,942 


46 


19,219 


44 


5,074 


13 


243 


40 


781 


79 


594 


16 


4,229 


16 


1,152 


69 


5,645 


87 


405 


21 


9,097.03 


334 


48 


55,801 


61 


1,136.37 


12,828 


84 


145 


14 


14,520 


46 


3,717.93 


644.65 


6,650 


30 



82.77 



12,152.33 

4,214.11 
1,380.12 



726.41 



6.95 



180 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 



Date 

commenced 
operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit j Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Baden R.P.D.— Wilmot, Zorra E 
Easthope S. , Easthope N. , Wei 
lesley, Waterloo and Blenheim 
twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Grimsby N. 
Grimsby S., Caister, Gainsboro 
Clinton and Louth twps 

Belle River R. P. D — Maidstone 
and Rochester twps 

Blenheim R. P. D — Raleigh and 
Harwich twps 

Bond Lake R.P.D.— King, Vaugh- 
an, Markham and Whitchurch 
twps 



Bothwell R.P.D.— Ekfrid, Zone, 
Orford, Aldborough and Mara 
twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chingua- 
cousy and Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Brantford, Bur- 
ford, Blenheim, Dumfries S., 
Onondaga and Oakland twps . . . 

Brigden R.P.D— Moore and Som- 
bra twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Burford, Brant- 
ford and Oakland twps 



Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, 
Seneca, Glanford, Oneida, Bin- 
brook, Caister and Barton twps. 

Chatham R.P.D.— Dover E., 
Chatham, Raleigh and Harwich 
twps 

Chippawa R.P.D.— Willoughby 
and Bertie twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Stan- 
ley, Tuckersmith and Hay twps. 

Delaware R.P.D. — Delaware, 
Westminster, Caradoc, Ekfrid, 
Lobo and London twps 



Dorchester R.P.D. — London, Nis- 
souri W., Nissouri E., Oxford N., 
Dorchester N., Dorchester S., 
Westminster and Yarmouth 



and 



Bur- 



twps 

Dresden R.P.D. — Camden 

Chatham Gore twps 

Drumbo R.P.D.— Blenheim 

ford and Blandford twps 

Dundas R.P.D.— Flamboro W., 

Beverly, Ancaster, Flamboro E. 

and Nelson twps 

Dunnville R.P.D. — Moulton twp. 



Sept., 1922 

Jan., 1923 

Dec, 1922 

July, 1924 

Mar., 1924 

Dec, 1923 

Nov., 1923 

Oct., 1922 

Jan., 1927 

Dec, 1926 

Oct., 1925 

May, 1922 

July, 1922 

July, 1928 

Oct., 1922 



Dec, 1921 
May, 1928 
Aug., 1922 



Jan., 1922 
July, 1928 



356.21 

8,546.34 
8,769.84 
2,227.63 

20,966.92 

5,016.41 

126.28 



2,666.85 



770.47 



725.89 
429.29 



$ c, 



1,189.04 
848.32 
397.23 

2,746.57 



77.97 
363.15 



866.10 
19.19 



14 91 



1.15 



$ c 



25.75 



70.27 



359.56 



249.39 
14.01 



29.92 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



SYSTEM— Continued CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Met amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited | Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
13.84 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,400.18 

9,249.36 
6,684.88 
4,850.62 

6,667.73 

1,129.67 
1,806.34 

1,203.24 

477.82 
1,597.38 

1,690.00 

3,425.27 

1,423.18 

31.58 

2,751.57 

233.36 
247.11 
451.75 

6,176.94 
127.83 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,744.48 

18,138.70 

15,805.51 

7,167.36 

28,401.82 

6,346.74 
1,937.67 


$ c. 


341.85 








350.79 






89.11 








837.44 








200.66 








5.05 










47.56 
33.93 
15.89 

116.56 


392.92 








404.43 






1,184.26 








1,422.52 


106.26 




6,184.37 
1,342.09 






3.12 
14.53 










346.10 


30.82 




3,552.86 






35.45 
0.77 




698.11 






227.15 
1,206.68 

6,623.40 
112.32 




29.04 






17.17 










0.60 







182 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power district 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit | Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Dutton R.P.D. — Dunwich and 
Aldboro twps 

Elmira R.P.D.— Woolwich twp. . 

Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, Nichol, 
Garaf raxa W. and Peel twps . . . 

Essex R. P. D— Sandwich S., Maid- 
stone, Rochester, Colchester N., 
Gosfield N. and Gosfield S. twps. 

Exeter R.P.D.— Hay, Stephen, 
Usborne, Tuckersmith, Biddulph 
and Bosanquet twps 



Forest R.P.D— Plympton, War- 
wick, Bosanquet, Williams W. 
and Adelaide twps 

Gait R.P.D— Dumfries N. and 
Dumfries S. twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Esquesing 
and Chinguacousy twps 

Goderich R.P.D.— Colborne and 
Goderich twps 

Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham 
and Niagara twps 



Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Nas- 
sagaweya, Guelph and Puslinch 
twps 

Haldimand R.P.D.Walpole, 
Rainham, Cayuga N. and Oneida 
twps 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester S. 
and Maiden twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D.— Dorchester N., 
Dereham, Oxford N., Nissouri 
E., Zorra W. and Oxford W 
twps 

Jordan R.P.D.— Louth, Thorold, 
Pelham and Grantham twps. . 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina and 
Gwillimbury N. twps 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N 
Gosfield S., Mersea and Romney 
twps 

Listowel R.P.D.— Wallace and 
Elma twps 

London R.P.D. — Westminster, 
Delaware and London twps .... 

Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen, London 
McGillivray and Biddulph twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Beverly, An- 
caster, Brantford and Dumfries 
S. twps 



Feb., 1926 

June, 1926 

Jan., 1926 

Nov., 1924 

Nov., 1922 

Nov., 1926 

Oct., 1922 

Nov., 1924 

June, 1925 

Nov., 1924 

Jan., 1925 

Oct., 1925 

Nov., 1923 

Oct., 1922 

May, 1922 

Mar., 1924 

Nov., 1923 

Oct., 1926 

Nov., 1922 

June, 1926 

Feb., 1922 



$ c. 

442.95 
502.23 

492.74 



1,467.44 



2,240.30 



2,207.04 

1,124.79 

402.00 

491.47 



1,951.64 
1,372.29 



702.87 

4,396.65 

9,404.73 

328.48 

15,818.38 



$ c. 



199.68 



421.99 



1,661.07 



488.62 
336.72 



$ c. 



$ c. 



18.98 



9.00 



28.43 



28.35 
51.23 



51.46 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 

17.71 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,098.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,559.28 
121.68 

1,617.45 
5,412.24 
6,814.47 

211.97 
3,090.61 
3,206.10 

600.75 
1,527.81 


% c. 


20.09 




400.64 




19.71 




1,105.00 
3,886.10 
4,504.04 

419.64 
804.50 

2,036.32 
182.67 

1,016.68 




58.70 








89.11 










7.99 






88.07 






44 99 








16 08 








19.66 










16.88 


1,377.85 


1,816 72 


77 31 


993.54 
2,637.18 

4,314.98 
2,670.98 


2,994.06 
4,064.36 

2,587.47 
3,401.96 

1,833.78 

15,021.32 

1,540.35 

10,987.49 




54 89 










66.44 






28.11 






175 21 




2,709.73 




374 53 




5,293.29 
1,198.73 




13.14 








631 13 




5,410.56 






19.54 
13.47 


482.27 
762.41 


25.89 






412.22 











184 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural Power District 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Markham R.P.D. — Markham, 
Scarboro, Pickering and Whit- 
church twps 

Merlin R.P.D— Romney, Til- 
bury E. and Raleigh twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Nassagaweya, 
Esquesing, Trafalgar and Nelson 
twps 

Milverton R.P.D. — Mornington 
twp 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Fullarton, 
Downie, Ellice, Logan and Elma 
twps 



Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwillim- 
bury E., King, Whitchurch and 
Scott twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara twp_. . . 

Norwich R.P.D. Norwich N., Nor- 
wich S., Dereham, Oxford E., 
Burford and Windham twps. . 

Oil Springs R.P.D— Enniskillen, 
Dawn and Brooke twps 

Palmerston R.P.D.— Mary 
borough, Wallace and Minto 
twps 



Petrolia R.P.D. — Plympton and 
Enniskillen twps 

Preston R.P.D.— Waterloo, Pus 
linch, Dumfries N. and Wool 
wich twps 

Ridgetown R.P.D.— Howard, Or 
ford, Harwich, Aldborough and 
Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Wei lesley and 
Woolwich twps 

St. Marys R.P.D.— Fullarton 
Usborne, Blanshard and Downie 
twps 



St. Thomas R.P.D.— Southwold 
Yarmouth, Westminster and 
Dun wich twps 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, Bar- 
ton, Binbrook and Grimsby N. 
twps 

Sandwich R.P.D.— Sandwich W., 
Sandwich E., Sandwich S., Maid- 
stone, Anderdon and Colchester 
N. twps 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, Moore 
and Plympton twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Scarboro, Pick 
ering and York N. twps , 



Dec, 1922 
Nov., 1928 

Jan., 1925 
Aug., 1927 

Dec, 1925 

Mar., 1924 
Jan., 1922 

May, 1925 
Dec, 1925 

Oct., 1926 

Aug., 1923 

April, 1922 

Mar., 1922 
Nov., 1922 

Dec, 1927 

Aug., 1923 
Feb., 1922 

July, 1922 
June, 1923 
Dec, 1923 



$ c 
2,978.83 



1,304.59 



901.50 



2,104.17 
11,096.36 



3,621.13 
1,249.48 

164.36 



6,551.25 

1,037.46 
3,434.99 



2,267.04 



26,394.21 
2,319.04 



807.06 



508.94 



1,024.65 



379.05 



4.68 



5,252.38 



302.61 



$ c 



127.58 



63.95 



37.43 



582.00 



171.05 

95.66 
375.94 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



SYSTEM— Continued ' CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 3,1, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited Charged 


Credited | Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
119.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,781.51 
1,504.96 

2,206.63 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,879.49 
1,504.96 

3,563.40 


$ c. 










52.18 










32.28 


31.30 


870.64 


36.06 


71.44 

2,437.55 
2,064.32 

3,253.68 
1,113.45 

93.60 

62.98 


1,009.00 

4,625.89 
13,604.53 

6,889.08 
2,412.91 

264.53 




84.17 








443.85 








141.85 








49.98 








6.57 










12.72 




79.63 




1,584.78 


5,163.17 

3,707.22 
4,019.81 




41.50 




2,628.26 
447.42 




137.40 










42.16 


1,540.48 


2,644.72 


90.68 


1,411.23 
5,028.48 

10,891.54 
3,073.30 
6,343.55 


3,773.63 






210.67 




605.62 


1,052.13 




38,242.22 
5,101.52 
6,626.46 




85.12 








3.52 









186 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount credited 

ending October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural Power District 



Date 

commenced 
operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31. 1928 



Credit j Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Seaforth R.P.D— Tuckersmith, 
and McKillop twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Woodhouse, 
Charlotteville, Windham, Town- 
send twps 

Stamford R. P. D — Stamford and 
Thorold twps 

Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice, Downie 
and Easthope N. twps 

Strathroy R.P.D. —Adelaide, 
Metcalfe and Caradoc twps. . . . 

Streetsville R.P.D.— Toronto, 
Trafalgar, Esquesing and Chin- 
guacousy twps 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N. f 
Easthope S. and Zorra E. twps . 

Thamesville R.P.D. — Camden, 
Euphemia, Zone, Orford, Hew- 
ard, Chatham and Harwich twps. 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Til- 
bury E., Tilbury W. and Tilbury 
N. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Norwich S., 
Bayham, Dorchester S., Mala- 
hide, Dereham, Middleton and 
Norwich N. twps 



Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Dover E., 
Chatham and Sombra twps .... 

Walsingham R.P.D. — Walsing- 
ham S. and Charlotteville twps. 

Walton R.P.D.— Wawanosh W., 
Wawanosh E., Morris, Gray, 
Hullett and McKillop twps. . . . 

Waterdown R.P.D. — Flamboro, 
E., Flamboro W. and Nelson 
twps 

Waterford R. P. D— Windham 
and Townsend twps 



Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Pelham 
Thorold, Crowland, Wainfleet 
and Humberstone twps 

Woodbridge R.P.D.— Toronto 
Vaughan, Etobicoke, Toronto 
Gore, Albion, King, Chingua 
cousy and York N. twps 

Woodstock R.P.D.— Oxford W. 
Oxford N., Oxford E., Blenheim, 
Blandford, Zorra W. and Zorra 
E. twps 



Nov., 1927 

Nov., 1922 
Mar., 1922 
July, 1924 
Dec, 1926 

Nov., 1922 
April, 1923 

Nov., 1927 

Dec, 1923 

Dec, 1923 

Jan., 1923 
Dec, 1926 

Nov., 1924 

Oct.. 1922 



April, 1922 



Jan., 1923 



Feb., 1922 



Totals 990,179.07 



$ c 
112.47 

75.75 
5,482.17 



995.42 



279.34 



330.84 



5,747.82 



4,015.37 



5,832.34 



7,777.21 



3.808.53 



4,502.91 



134.47 



1,173.43 
627.52 



1,364.09 
1,273.25 



2,309.87 



35.677.78 



$ c, 



41.65 



23.37 



7.10 



123.90 



9,976.29 784,913.18 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



SYSTEM— Continued 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 19218, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of po\V/er supplied in the year 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
4.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
626.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 
509.73 


3.03 




2,088.62 
598.05 
183.52 
599.84 

1,898.90 
148.80 

1,630.60 

2,259.29 

2,378.60 

679.85 
1,168.50 

1,789.09 

7,397.84 
283.71 

9,492.20 

4,813.52 

3,325.43 


2,167.40 

6,299.51 

0.74 

1,635.08 

2,189.41 




219.29 










6.66 






39.82 






11.17 


46.94 
25.10 










1,071.57 






977.98 
2,603.36 

8,356.33 
4,831.33 


13.23 






229.91 








159.48 










54.56 
51.15 




250 15 






457.59 
13,463.47 




233.29 








92.39 




2,118.55 


307.33 




17,452.84 
8,774.39 
8,008.46 


152.34 








180.12 
















18,825.82 


1,182.40 


1,255,402.94 


19,194.92 


1,453,295.46 


19,889.62 



m TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928 $10,528,141. 13 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1928 783,212.04 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $9,744,929.09 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of 

power delivered to them $734,226. 74 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 137,071 . 36 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with private companies which purchased power 255,944.12 

Reserve created in respect of lines taken over and converted 

into rural power districts 4,883 . 84 

Reserve provided in respect of certain rural lines trans- 
ferred to rural power districts 957.00 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 389,990. 74 

1,523,073.80 

$11,268,002.89 
Deduct: 

Provision for renewals allowed on plant sold $38,439. 72 

Provision for renewals on plant transferred 118. 70 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 87,683.32 

126,241.74 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $11,141,761. 15 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1929 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $7,254,217.62 

Add: 

Amount collected in respect of a rural line transferred to rural power districts 93 .17 

$7,254,310.79 
Added during the year ending October 31, 1928: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $2,092,652.99 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 68,535 . 68 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with private customers which purchased power. . 956,417.27 
Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 290,172.43 

■ 3,407,778.37 

$10,662,089.16 
Deduct: 

Provision for contingencies on plant sold $13,866.93 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 37,995.29 

51,862.22 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $10,610,226.94 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1929 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1929 



Amount 



Acton 

Agincourt 
Ailsa Craig. . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. . 

Ancaster twp . 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton twp. . . 
Beachville. . . . 
Belle River . . . 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 
Brantford 
Brantford twp 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 

Caledonia 
Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtwright. . 

Dash wood. . . . 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 
Dutton 



12 years 

5 

9 

6 
12 

6 

3 

6 
10 
12 

6 
12 
7 
9 
6 

9 

9 
13 
10 

6 

2 
7 
6 
9 
8 

12 

5 
5 
9 

7 

6 
10 
9 
3 
6 

7 
9 
10 
6 
9 

10 

7 

13 

6 

9 



$ c. 

19,754.09 
2,370.78 
6,289.90 
5,638.60 

15,095.02 

6,709.88 
1,172.77 

13,361.67 
4,787 42 

13,049.75 

1,474.05 
15,977.87 

2,720.32 
13,135.16 

2,526.64 

7,252.75 

7,980.85 

57,005.50 

289,891.38 

7,262.05 

873.82 
4,345.51 
3,719.76 
4,740.59 
1,900.04 

7,187.97 

378.11 

2,436.30 

141,247.30 

6,018.18 

1,705.10 

16,500.61 

7,468.73 

668.46 

1,655.98 

3,108.96 

930.37 

2,419.24 

3,966.91 

10,951.57 

2,222.32 

2,085.22 

54,336.48 

18,132.21 

6,822.89 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp .... 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthili 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville. ...... 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 

London twp 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



7 years 

11 " 

10 " 

10 " 

6 " 

5 " 

6 " 

7 " 

8 " 

10 " 

4 " 

7 " 
13 " 

11 " 
6 " 

10 " 

8 " 
13 " 
.11 " 
13 " 

8 " 

6 " 

8 " 

13 " 



6 " 

13 " 

6 " 

6 " 

13 " 



9 " 

4 " 
6 « 

8 " 
13 " 

10 " 

5 " 

9 " 
9 " 

6 " 

6 " 

8 " 

11 " 
8 " 

12 " 



$ c. 

69,976.06 

30,053.06 

14,411.93 

4,221.12 

1,289.29 

346.07 

8,771.43 

46,496.78 

14,298.17 

15,629.23 

1,100.56 

9,344.89 

200,064.67 

34,174.89 

6,011.99 

44,460.03 

3,066.45 

232,084.13 

30,265.73 

1,113,961.28 

11,794.29 
4,970.97 
4,851.29 

31,054.05 
3,855.04 

4,737.45 

66,154.18 

4,146.08 

12,188.17 

433,702.15 

3,146.40 

2,846.24 

18,730.10 

23,789.86 

783,830.02 

56,785.79 
3,178.00 
7,695.91 
6,082.61 
4,935.55 

4,326.67 
20,169.48 
43,922.42 
19,197.70 
42,951.32 



190 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of po\yer delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1929 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period of 
years eroding 
Oct. 31, 1929 



Amount 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. 



New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake. 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 



Otterville. . 
Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill... 
Petrolia . . . 



Plattsville 

Point Edward. . 
Port Colborne. 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie. 



Port Dover. . 
Port Rowan . 
Port Stanley. 

Preston 

Princeton 



Queenston. . . 
Richmond Hil 
Ridgetown. . . 
Riverside. . . . 
Rockwood. . . 



Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach. 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 



St. Marys. . . 
St. Thomas. . 
Sandwich. . , . 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp . 



Seaf orth 

Simcoe 

Springfield. . . . 
Stamford twp. 
Stouffville. . . . 



13 years 

6 

9 

6 
13 

10 

9 

6 
12 

6 



10 
6 



10 

7 

8 

12 



6 

3 

12 

13 

10 

6 
5 
9 
7 
11 



7 
9 

7 

13 

13 

6 

8 

6 

13 
9 

7 
8 
6 



15,941 
2,139 
2,241. 
1,384, 



18,880.47 

142,168.37 
195,975.33 

9,261.15 
14,276.23 

9,880.97 

2,751.04 
14,327.66 
42,104.88 

5,819.61 
36,915.30 

3,316.20 
14,657.11 
26,855.40 
10,873 46 

9,073.38 

6,585.64 

1,374.26 

14,023.94 

100,387.06 

2,232.76 

2,256.49 

3,648.45 

14,163.93 

21,479.09 

3,958.27 

3,960.61 
170,083.35 
1,922.42 
4,625.81 
4,579.77 

48,975.90 
165,744.40 

66,478.99 
191,748.23 

39,843.39 

25,905.98 
25,835.85 

3,181.18 
26,172.56 

3,986.05 



Stratford . 
Strathroy. 
Sutton . . . 
Tavistock 
Tecumseh 



Thamesford. 
Thamesville. 
Thedford. . . 
Thorndale. . 
Thorold .... 



Tilbury 

Tillsonburg. . 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. 
Walkerville. . 



Wallaceburg 
Wardsville. . 
Waterdown. 
Waterford. . 
Waterloo 



Watford. . . . 
Welland.... 
Wellesley. . . 
West Lome. 
W T eston 



Wheatley. . . 
Windsor. . . . 
Woodbridge 
Woodstock . 
Wyoming. . . 



York East twp. . 
York North twp. 
Zurich 



Sandwich, Windsor & 
Amherstburg Ry . . 

Toronto Transporta- 
tion Commission. . 



13 years 
10 " 

6 " 
8 " 

7 " 



10 " 

9 " 

6 " 
10 " 

7 " 



9 
13 
13 
11 
10 



9 " 

6 " 

13 " 

9 " 

13 " 



7 
7 
8 
8 
13 



6 " 

10 " 

10 " 

13 " 

Q « 



7 " 
3 " 



$ c. 

209,355.06 

29,294.07 

3,285.77 

14,577.37 

6,388.28 



6,139.41 
5,798.72 
2,755.72 
3,483.51 
20,705.63 



15,042.43 

30,823.97 

5,999,532.06 

24,687.29 

212,834.82 



64,327.16 

992.25 

8,699.12 

10,297.65 

90,056.22 



6,745.14 
90,341.40 

6,651.87 
11,726.59 

78,289.84 



3,019.42 

631,682.98 

9,975.03 

127,284.27 
2,739.58 



47,209.36 

16,098.31 

4,710.23 



49,483.52 
100,558.93 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Acton R.P.D. — Esquesing 
twp 

Alvinston R.P.D.— Brooke 
twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D.— 
Anderdon, Maiden, Col 
Chester N. and Colchester 
S. twps 

Aylmer R. P. D. — Dorchester 
S., Malahide, Yarmouth, 
Bayham and Dorchester 
N. twps 

Ayr R.P.D— Dumfries N 
Dumfries S. and Blen- 
heim twps 



Baden R.P.D.— Wilmot 
Zorra E., Easthope S. 
Easthope N., Wellesley 
Waterloo and Blenheim 
twps 

Beamsville R.P.D.— 
Grimsby N., Grimsby S., 
Caister,Gainsboro,Clinton 
and Louth twps 

Belle River R.P.D.— Maid- 
stone and Rochester twps. 

Blenheim R.P.D. —Ra- 
leigh and Harwich twps . . 

Bond Lake R.P D — King, 
Vaughan, Markham and 
Whitchurch twps 



Bothwell R.P.D.— Ekf rid 
Zone, Orford, Aldborough 
and Mara twps 

Brampton R.P.D— Chin- 
guacousy and Toronto 
twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Brantford, 
Burford, Blenheim, Dum- 
fries S., Onondaga and 
Oakland twps 

Brigden R.P.D.— Moore 
and Sombra twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Burford, 
Brantford and Oakland 
twps 



Caledonia R.P.D.— An- 

caster, Seneca, Glanford, 
Oneida, Binbrook, Caister 

and Barton twps 

Chatham R.P.D.— Dover 
E., Chatham, Raleigh and 
Harwich twps 



2 years 
1 " 

6 « 



4 " 

8 " 

7 " 

7 " 
6 « 

6 " 

6 " 

6 " 

8 " 
3 " 

3 " 

5 " 



$ c 
38.23 
10.25 

12,556.89 



4,556. 
343, 



4.347.96 



15,155 
5,742 
2,020 



48 
0.68 



2,162 
1,237, 

5,622, 
729. 



1,120.35 



2,336, 
7,064. 



Chippawa R.P.D.— Wil- 
loughby and Bertie twps.. 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, 
Stanley, Tuckersmith and 
Hay twps 

Delaware R.P.D.— Dela 
ware, Westminster, Cara 
doc, Ekfrid, Lobo and 
London twps 



Dorchester R.P.D.— Lon 
don, Missouri W., Mis 
souri E., Oxford N., Dor 
Chester N., Dorchester S., 
Westminster and Yar 
mouth twp 

Dresden R.P.D.— Camden 
and Chatham Gore twps. 

Drumbo R.P.D.— Blen- 
heim, Burford and Biand- 
ford twps 

Dundas R.P.D.— Flam- 
boro W., Beverly, Ancast- 
er, Flamboro E. and Nel- 
son twps 

Dunnville R.P.D— Moul- 
ton twp 



Dutton R.P.D.— Dunwich 
and Aldboro twps 

Elmira R.P.D.— Woolwich 
twp 

Elora R.P.D.— Pilkington, 
Nichol, Garafraxa W. and 
Peel twps 

Essex R.P.D.— Sandwich S., 
Maidstone, Rochester, 
Colchester N., Gosfield 
N. and Gosfield S. twps. . 

Exeter R.P.D. — Hay, 
Stephen, Usborne, Tuck- 
ersmith, Biddulph and 
Bosanquet twps 



Forest R.P.D.— Plympton, 
Warwick, Bosanquet, Wil- 
liams W. and Adelaide 
twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Dumfries N. 
and Dumfries S. twps. . . . 

Georgetown R.P.D.— Es- 
quesing and Chinguacousy 
twps 

Goderich R.P.D.— Col- 
borne and Goderich twps. 



8 years 
2 " 

7 " 



2 " 



4 « 

4 " 

4 " 



7 " 



3 " 

8 " 

5 " 

5 " 



$ c. 
3,514.03 

675.30 
5,520.63 



9,579.17 
28.60 

2,328.53 

7,946.89 
35.00 

575.73 
416.28 

1,798.21 
3,495.38 
4,850.48 

140.59 
2,220.39 

1,129.73 
1,201.72 



92 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Rural power district 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Grantham R. P. D — Gran- 
tham and Niagara twps . . 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, 
Nassagaweya, Guelph and 
Puslinch twps 

Hadlimand R.P.D.— Wal- 
pole, Rainham, Cayuga N. 
and Oneida twps. ....... 

Harrow R.P.D. — Colchester 
S. and Maiden twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — D o r - 
Chester N., Dereham, Ox- 
ford N., Nissouri E., Zorra 
W. and Oxford W. twps. . 

Jordan R.P.D.— L o u t h , 
T h o r o 1 d, Pelham and 
Grantham twps 



Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina 
and Gwillimbury E. twps. 

Kingsville R.P.D.— G o s - 
field N., Gosfield S. and 
Mersea twps 

Listowel R.P.D.— Wallace 
and Elma twps 

London R.P.D. — Westmin- 
ster, Delaware and Lon- 
don twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Stephen 
London, McGillivray and 
Biddulph twps 



Lynden R.P.D.— Beverly 
Ancaster, Brantford and 
Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D.— Mark 
ham, Scarboro, Pickering 
and Whitchurch twps. . 

Merlin R.P.D. — Romney, 
Tilbury E. and Raleigh 
twps 

Milton R.P.D.— Nassaga 
weya, Esquesing, Trafal 
gar and Nelson twps. . . . 

Milverton R.P.D.— Morn 
ington twp 



Mitchell R.P.D— Full a r 
ton, Downie, Ellice, Logan 
and Elma twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Gwil- 
limbury E., King, Whit 
church and Scott twps. .■ 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara 
twp 



5 years 

5 " 

5 " 

6 " 

8 " 

8 " 

6 " 

6 " 

3 " 

7 " 

4 " 



7 " 

1 " 

5 " 

3 " 

4 " 

6 " 

Q « 



$ C. 

9,981.99 

1,763.20 

809.50 
3,216.02 

2,449.84 

2,722.04 

4,863.45 

15,862.48 
1,185.50 

22,620.49 

1,054.68 

3,587.53 

4,453.60 

705.56 

1,441.56 
507.88 

2,233.59 

3,121.91 
9,556.39 



Norwich R.P.D. — Norwich 
N., Norwich S., Dereham, 
Oxford E., Burford and 
Windham twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D— Ennis- 
killen, Dawn and Brooke 
twps 



Palmerston R. P. D. — Mary- 
borough, Wallace and 
Minto twps 

Petrolia R.P.D.— Ply mp- 
ton and £nniskillen twps. . 

Preston R.P.D.— Waterloo, 
Puslinch, Dumfries N. and 
Woolwich twps 

Ridgetown R.P.D. — How- 
ard, Orford, Harwich, Aid- 
borough and Rondeau Park 
twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D. — Wel- 
lesley and Woolwich twps. 

St. Marys R.P.D— Fullar- 
ton, Usborne, Blanshard 
and Downie twps 

St . Thomas R. P. D— South- 
wold, Yarmouth, West- 
minster and Dunwich 
twps 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Saltfleet, 
Barton, Binbrook and 
Grimsby N. twps 

Sandwich R.P.D.— Sand- 
wich W., Sandwich E., 
Sandwich S., Maidstone, 
Anderdon and Colchester 
N. twps 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Sarnia, 
Moore and Plympton twps. 

Scarboro R.P.D.— S car- 
boro, Pickering and York 
N. twps 

Seaforth R.P.D.— Tucker 
smith and McKillop twps. 

Simcoe R.P.D.— W o o d 
house, Charlotteville, 
Windham and Townsend 
twps 

Stamford R.P.D.— Stam- 
ford and Thorold twps. . . 

Stratford R.P.D.— Ellice 
Downie and Easthope N. 
twps 



5 years 

4 ■ 

3 " 

7 " 

8 " 

8 " 

7 " 

2 " 

7 " 

8 " 

8 " 

7 " 

6 " 

2 " 

7 " 

8 " 

6 « 



$ c. 

8,588.81 
996.10 

50.84 
309.20 

14,269.05 

6,274.19 
4,567.06 

1,539.05 

9,557.38 
17,066.76 

21,480.66 
9,002.56 

2,519.94 
507.87 

2,268.24 
2,626.19 

4,193.24 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— Continued 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Rural power district 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 


Amount 


Rural power district 


Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 


Amount 


Strathroy R.P.D. — Ade- 
laide, Metcalfe and Cara- 
doc twps 

Streetsville R.P.D. — Tor- 


3 years 
7 " 
7 " 

2 " 
6 " 

6 " 

7 " 

3 " 


$ c. 

478.22 
2,458.79 
2,292.77 

712.48 
1,204.70 

9,727.47 
5,200.20 
1,163.85 


Walton R.P.D.— Wawa- 
nosh W., Wawanosh E., 
Morris. Gray, Hullett and 
McKillop twps 


5 years 

7 " 

6 " 

8 " 

7 « 

8 " 


$ c. 
1,102.59 


onto, Trafalgar, Esquesing 
and Chinguacousy twps. . 

Tavistock R.P.D.— East- 
hope N., Easthope S. and 
Zorra E. twps 

Thamesville R. P. D— Cam- 
den, Euphemia, Zone, Or- 
ford, Howard. Chatham 
and Harwich twps 

Tilbury R. P. D— Dover W., 


Waterdown R.P.D.— Flam- 
boro E., Flamboro W. 
and Nelson twps 

Waterford R. P. D — Wind- 
ham and Townsend twps. 

Welland R.P.D. —Bertie, 
Pelham, Thorold, Crow- 
land, Wainfleet and Hum- 
berstone twps 


5,829.32 
1,663.76 

24,077.31 


Tilbury E., Tiibury W. 
and Tilbury N. twps 

Tilsonburg R. P. D— Nor- 
wich S., Bayham, Dor- 
chester S., Malahide, Dere- 
ham, Middleton and Nor- 
wich N. twps 

Wallaceburg R. P. D— Dov- 
er E., Chatham and Som- 


Woodbridge R.P.D.— To- 
ronto, Vaughan, Etobi- 
coke, Toronto Gore, Al- 
bion, King, Chinguacousy 
and York N. twps 

Woodstock R.P.D- Ox- 
ford W., Oxford N., Ox- 
ford E., Blenheim, Bland- 
ford, Zorra W. and Zorra 
E. twps , 


11,264.55 
11,260.96 








Walsingham R.P.D.— Wal- 
singham S. and Char- 
lottevilie twps 


$14,172,354.72 

















7-H E 



194 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1928 $11,974,361.22 

Add: 

Additional sinking fund provided in respect of rural power 

districts in the year 1928 $1 18 . 70 

Sinking fund provided on rural lines transferred to rural 

power districts 251 . 86 

370.56 

$11,974,731.78 
Deduct: 

Sinking fund on certain equipment sold 19,550. 12 

$11,955,181.66 
Provided in the year ending October 31, 1929, in respect of: 

Advances by the province for construction of transmission 

lines and stations. $398,427.96 

Advances by the province for construction of rural power 

districts 36,330.90 

Advances by the province for construction of pipe line to 

Ontario Power generating station 36,923 . 85 

Advances by the province for construction of Queenston- 

Chippawa development 790,373 . 36 

Bonds issued and assumed by the Commission in connection 

with the purchase of the properties of the Ontario Power 

Company, Toronto Power Company, Essex System and 

Thorold system 476,127.83 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the credit 

of the reserve accounts 478,989. 16 

2,217,173.06 



$14,172,354.72 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

Rural Lines for the year ending October 31, 1929 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 


Ancaster township 

Brampton 


$ c. 
5,734.62 

588.87 
15,909.84 
19,617.60 


$ c. 
235.12 

32.62 
789.13 
823.94 


$ c. 
103.22 

10.60 
286.38 
353.12 


$ c. 
114.69 

11.78 
318.20 
392.35 


$ c. 

57.35 

5.89 

159.10 

196.18 


$ c. 

510.38 

60.89 


Milton 


1,552.81 


Welland 


1,765.59 






Totals 


41,850.93 


1,880.81 


753.32 


837.02 


418.52 


3,889.67 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total S inking Fund paid in respect of each line together with, 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1929 



Lines operated by 



Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1929 



Amount 



Ancaster township. 

Brampton 

Milton 

Welland 



Total. 




$ c. 

2,074.27 

162.62 

1,894.69 

7,790.67 



11,922.25 



196 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $32,245 . 28 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $298,170.77 

Rural power districts 15,075 .73 

— 313,246.50 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $245,508 .68 

Rural power districts 9,601,45 

255,110.13 

Provision for renewal of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $71,008 . 13 

Rural power districts 7,566 . 59 

78,574.72 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $44,895 .74 

Rural power districts 7,566 . 59 

52,462.33 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to municipal- 
ities and rural power districts $52,118 .91 

By charges against contracts with private companies which pur- 
chase power 5,300.63 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 2,221 .80 

59,641.34 

$791,280.30 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan.l 
1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 





Average 
horse- 




Share of 


capital cost 


power 




of system 


supplied 




on which 


in year 


Cost of 


interest and 


after cor- 


power 


fixed 


rection 


pur- 


charges are 


for power 


chased 


payable 


factor 





Share of operating costs 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Alliston . . . 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 
Beeton 



Bradford . . . 
Brechin 
Cannington 
Chatsworth 
Chesley. . . . 



$ c. 


$ c. 


70.00 


60.00 


90.00 


75.00 




30.00 
38.00 


40.00 


85.00 


80.00 


84.00 


65.00 


65.00 


55.00 


45.00 


44.00 


53.00 


48.00 


45.00 


43.00 



$ c. 




85,219.11 


177.2 


59,384.97 


102.8 


401,525.91 


1,804.2 


52,470.28 


218.0 


64,470.13 


111.0 


73,931.30 


138.2 


17,576.51 


49.0 


37,128.83 


138.5 


11,727.27 


41.0 


115,453.16 


386.8 



$ 


c. 


279.49 


162 


14 


2,845 


73 


343 


85 


175.08 


217 


98 


77 


29 


218 


45 


64 


67 


610.09 



$ 


c. 


3,114 


65 


2,409 


22 


22,203 


04 


3,008 


17 


2,308 


85 


3,053 


02 


788 


53 


2,047 


80 


683 


57 


5,722 


59 



$ c. 
3,685.79 
2,580.66 
16,541.10 
2,160.25 
2,807.22 

3,211.09 
740.02 

1,539.84 
491.88 

4,871.95 



$ c. 
1,323.80 

970.03 
4,210.23 

587.66 
1,050.99 

1,182.37 
247.78 
449.31 
147.72 

1,490.04 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31st, 1929 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities. $720,972 .41 

Power sold to private companies 78,370 . 76 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 74,225 .78 



$873,568.95 



Add: 



Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year $772 .55 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year 1,013.14 



1,785.69 



$875,354.64 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sums 

required to be paid by them for power supplied in the year. . $78,403 ..76 
Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 5,670.98 



84,074.34 



Revenue $791,280.30 



$791,280.30 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929. 



and fixed charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 



Revenue 

received 

in excess of 

cost of 
power sold 
to private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged. 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment oL 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 

466.28 
300.99 
3,440.23 
429.26 
317.36 

388.25 
117.81 
287.81 
93.13 
829.68 



$ c. 
859.84 
605 . 20 
3,874.88 
509 . 76 
655.36 

749.53 
175.49 
363.85 
115.46 
1,140.00 



$ 


c. 


9,729 


85 


7,028 


24 


53,115 


21 


7,038 


95 


7,314 


86 


8,802 


24 


2,146 


92 


4,907 


06 


1,596 


43 


14,664 


35 





c. 


6 


22 


3 


61 


63 


34 


7 


65 


3 


90 


4 


85 


1 


72 


4 


86 


1 


44 


13 


58 



$ c. 
9,723.63 
7,024.63 
53,051.87 
7,031.30 
7,310.96 

8,797.39 
2,145.20 
4,902.20 
1,594.99 
14,650.77 



$ c. 

10,956.49 
7,982.61 

54,124.75 
8,346.22 
8,986.72 

9,451.62 
2,781.10 
6,116.08 
2,007.72 
16.777.69 



$ c. 
1,232.86 

957.98 
1,072.88 
1,314.92 
1,675.76 

654.23 
635.90 

1,213.88 
412.73 

2,126.92 



198 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 
1929 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system 

on which 
interest and 

fixed 
charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Coldwater 

Collingwood .... 


$ c. 
41.00 


$ c. 
40.00 
40.00 
55.00 
58.00 
40.00 

33.00 
36.00 
50.00 
45.00 
60.00 

25.00 
37.00 
90.00 


Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 


60.00 
60.00 


Durham 

Elmvale 


35.00 


Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley. . . 

Gravenhurst .... 


52.00 
50.00 
65.00 


Hanover 

Holstein 


38.00 


Huntsville. . . . 




Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 


70.00 

65.00 
75.00 
37.00 
45.00 


65.00 

60.00 
70.00 
36.00 
42.00 
26.00 

45.00 


Mount Forest. . 
Muskoka twp. . . 


48.00 


Neustadt 




70.00 
48.00 
30.00 

60.00 
35.00 
33.00 
58.00 
85.00 

85.00 
41.00 
44.00 
63.00 
93.00 

58.00 
90.00 
96.00 
60.00 
42.00 

40.00 
65.00 
58.00 


Orange vi lie 

Owen Sound .... 


55.00 


Paisley 


65.00 


Penetanguishene. 


Port McNicoll... 




Port Perry 

Priceville 


62.00 


Ripley 


95.00 
42.00 
45.00 
65.00 


Shelburne 

Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 


m 

Teeswater 




Thornton 




Tottenham 




Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor. 

Waubaushene. . . 

Wingham 

Woodville 


65.00 
45.00 

45.00 
71.00 
60.00 



$ c. 




44,672.85 


169.1 


384,580.41 


1,401.9 


18,750.99 


46.0 


37,869.82 


99.3 


38,332.21 


166.4 


116,067.58 


523.7 


38,412.24 


153.5 


14,921.05 


45.6 


21,712.58 


77.2 


41,537.04 


99.0 


64,208.84 


524.8 


244,744.97 


941.4 


13,424.69 


16.6 


164,696.15 


1,007.4 


161,672.86 


345.4 


9,295.54 


21.3 


85,591.77 


169.7 


31,907.98 


135.2 


111,495.13 


351.7 


770,906.10 


3,707.3 


87,835.76 


307.6 


8,507.82 


20.7 


32,486.02 


38.9 


134,447.27 


435.3 


636,190.94 


2,967.9 


44,213.97 


107.7 


137,243.12 


536.7 


19,233.50 


82.7 


61,350.03 


167.2 


6,815.42 


12.7 


34,041.82 


52.7 


60,074.92 


222.2 


35,555.33 


134.5 


22,138.32 


54.2 


34,809.44 


54.8 


45,503.99 


100.2 


14,924.22 


25.2 


44,009.88 


60.2 


64,374.61 


168.7 


18,959.01 


67.0 


10,536.36 


37.7 


179,158.99 


368.4 


20,543.65 


52.3 



$ c. 
266.72 
2,211.19 
72.55 
156.62 
262.46 

826.02 
242.11 
71.92 
121.77 
156.15 



1,484.85 

26.18 

11.67 

544.79 

33.60 

267.66 

213.25 

554.73 

5,847.45 

485.17 
32.65 
61.36 

686.59 
4,681.21 

169.87 
846.53 
130.44 
263.72 
20.03 

83.12 

350.47 

212.14 

85.49 

86.44 

158.04 

39.75 

94.95 

266.09 

105.68 

59.46 

581.07 
82.49 



$ c. 

2,049.75 

21,139.81 

771.41 
1,840.04 
2,299.16 

6,473.84 
2,293.64 
782.48 
1,242.48 
1,876.91 

6,317.29 

11,316.66 

443.95 

11,904.20 

6,046.24 

321.95 

3,425.31 

1,877.05 

4,212.81 

37,601.56 



4,073.13 
379.61 
817.01 

6,741.39 
33,525.68 

2 381.92 
5 817.00 

962.72 
2,751.89 

425.66 

1,286.06 
3,468.60 
2,379.76 
1,004.59 
1,108.14 

1,860.50 

481.08 

1,655.02 

3,010.82 

957.95 

532.62 

5,819.33 

861.35 



$ c. 

1,799.86 

16,031.01 

805.08 
1,617.95 
1,584,42 

4,783.66 

1,585.99 

635.16 

911.98 

1,786.59 

2,891.56 

10,189.79 

567.74 

7,392.38 

7,024.46 

399.81 
3,644.66 
1,323.96 

4,585.37 
31,411.87 

3,686.69 

369.65 

1,426.87 

5,694.06 

26,168.74 

1,909.30 
5,640.70 

794.38 
2,633.12 

297.48 

1,491.35 
2,510.39 

1,475.87 

937.78 

1,520.61 

1,967.10 

652.58 

1,932.28 

2,768.19 

793.73 

437.18 

7,793.70 

866.02 



$ c. 
504.15 
4,723.17 
276.87 
547.13 
414.30 

1,212.44 
443.22 
201.85 
236.94 
621.11 

611.13 
2,901.54 

223.36 
1,952.81 
2,502.10 

140.81 
1,314.35 

316.41 
1,412.61 
7,512 



36 



1,105.39 

126.33 

567.35 

1,767.22 

6,439.01 

656.23 
1,600.38 
208.94 
872.98 
109.43 

567.79 
729.25 
426.31 
328.01 
579.22 

697.91 
245.12 
750.90 
930.28 
237.07 

129.25 

2,803.10 

300.13 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



and fixed charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 



Revenue 

received 

in excess of 

cost of 
power sold 
to private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 



Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
352.68 
2,910.45 
117.66 
232.87 
328.87 


$ c. 
420.85 
3,775.19 
188.05 
379.33 
371.06 


$ c. 
5,394.01 
50,790.82 
2,231.62 
4,773.94 
5,260.27 


$• c. 
5.94 
49.22 
1.62 
3.49 
5.84 


$ c. 
5,388.07 
50,741.60 
2,230.00 
4,770.45 
5,254.43 


$ c. 
6,792.11 
56,076.62 
2,573.61 
5,791.90 
6,656.98 


$ c. 
1,404.04 
5,335,02 

343.61 
1,021.45 
1,402.55 


1,019.68 
315.61 
107.94 
190.72 
249.02 


1,119.67 
374.43 
148.19 
213.52 
418.00 


15,435.31 
5,255.00 
1,947.54 
2,917.41 
5,107.78 


18.39 
5.39 
1.60 

2.71 
3.48 


15,416.92 
5,249.61 
1,945.94 
2,914.70 
5,104.30 


17,478.82 
5,527.50 
2,298.42 
3,538.97 
6,028.91 


2,061.90 
277.89 
352.48 
624.27 
924.61 


721.21 

1,970.87 

55.79 

1,516.83 

901.12 


676.12 
2,392.87 

132.85 
1,732.79 
1,634.80 


11,217.31 
30,256.58 
1,449.87 
24,510.68 
18,653.51 


18.43 
33.05 
0.58 
35.37 
12.13 


11,198.88 
30,223.53 
1,449.29 
24,475.31 
18,641.38 


13,119.70 
35,026.71 
1,493.25 
27,199.07 
22,730.63 


1,920.82 
4,803.18 
43.96 
2,723.76 
4,089.25 


53.42 

460.15 

294.90 

760.30 

6,864.95 


93.71 

847.97 

309.52 

1,066.98 

7,362.53 


1,043.30 

9,960.10 

4,335.09 

12,592.80 

96,600.72 


0.75 

5.96 

4.75 

12.35 

130.16 


1,042.55 

9,954.14 

4,330.34 

12,580.45 

96,470.56 


1,295.66 
12,036.38 

4,889.66 
14,963.67 
96,389.29 


253.11 
2,082.24 

559.32 
2,383.22 


50.64 
647.51 
137.37 


85.54 

864.69 

334.46 

1,330.52 

6,117.86 


1,044.42 
10,862.58 

3,344.42 
17,162.32 
82,547.81 


0.73 

10.80 

1.36 

15.28 

104.22 


1,043.69 
10,851.78 

3,343.06 
17,147.04 
82,443.59 


1,309.65 
14,005.23 

2,651.78 
21,460.72 
89,038.18 


265.96 
3,153.45 


942.54 
5,615.31 


4,313.68 
6,594.59 


261.18 

1,086.91 

165.49 

382.84 

45.12 


444.49 

1,335.88 

186.01 

613.29 

69.28 


5,822.99 

16,327.40 

2,447.98 

7,517.84 

967.00 


3.78 
18.84 
2.90 
5.87 
0.45 


5,819.2^ 

16,308.56 

2,445.08 

7,511.97 

966.55 


6,565.16 
18,784.27 
2,729.36 
9,812.01 
1,076.63 


745.95 
2,475.71 

284.28 
2,300.04 

110.08 


162.85 
469.47 
276.08 
133.04 
167.92 


347.37 
588.17 
348.07 
222.51 
355.32 


3,938.54 
8,116.35 
5,118.23 
2,711.42 
3,817.65 


1.85 
7.80 
4.72 
1.90 
1.92 


3,936.69 
8,108.55 
5,113.51 
2,709.52 
3,815.73 


4,577.10 
9,157.70 
5,943.13 
3,436.57 
5,099.48 


640.41 

1,049.15 

829.62 

727.05 

1,283.75 


279.66 
80.81 
198.33 
392.44 
144.90 


459.54 
152.21 
450.68 
644.84 
186.40 


5,422.75 
1,651.55 
5,082.16 
8,012.66 
2,425.73 


3.52 
0.88 
2.11 
5.92 
2.35 


5,419.23 
1,650.67 
5,080.05 
8,006.74 

2,423.38 


5,811.12 
2,269.50 
5,775.20 
10,292.24 
2,849.49 


391.89 
618.83 
695.15 
2,285.50 
426.11 


85.18 
998.63 
124.98 


102.70 

1,814.42 

206.09 


1,346.39 

19,810.25 

2,441 .06 


1.32 

12.93 

1.84 


1,345.07 

19,797.32 

2,439.22 


1,539.69 

24,296.95 

3,052.39 


194.62 

4,499.63 

613.17 



200 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost, 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan.l 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating costs 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Renewals 



Rural Power Districts 

Barrie R.P.D.— Vespra, Oro 
and Innisfil twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — W o o d, 
Medora and Monck twps. . . . 

Bradford R.P.D.— King twp. . 

Buckskin R.P.D.—M ate he- 
dash, Wood and Medora twps. 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D — 
Brock and Eldon twps 



Cannington No. 2, R.P.D.— 

Brock twp 

Chatsworth R. P. D — Holland 

twp 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos twp. . . . 
Flesherton R.P.D. — Arte- 

mesia twp 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina 

twp 



Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and 

Gwillimbury W. twps 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Mariposa 

and Brock twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia 

twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Notta 

wasaga twp. 

Orangeville R.P.D.— Gara 

fraxa E. and Amaranth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Reach 
Cartwright and Scugog twps. 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Melanc- 
thon twp 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Rama, 
Orillia N., Morrison and 
Matchedash twps 

Stayner R.P.D. — Nottawasaga 
Sunnidale and Flos twps. . . . 

Tara R.P.D.— Derby, Keppel, 
Amabel and Arran twps 

Uxbridge R.P D. — Uxbridge 
and Reach twps 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D.— 
Brant twp 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, 
Turnberry and Morris twps. . 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts. . 

Totals — Companies 



Non-operating capital. 
Grand Totals. . . . 



$ c. 

13,906.45 

18,292.57 
641.95 

4,938.66 

5,652.05 

6,914.48 

2,963.15 
4,487.83 

1,431 37 

7,653.36 

24,752.42 

26,211.78 

111.96 

7,584.32 

7,667.70 

10,003.13 
2,012.57 

13,798.66 
24,176.30 
14,954.20 

9,615.05 

683.76 

9.698.51 



5,086,642.66 
218,152.23 
605,038.12 



5,909,833.01 
131,814.21 



6,041,647.22 



58.4 

65.8 
1.2 

14.1 

17.3 

20.5 

6.0 
15.1 

4.0 

30.4 

58.3 

83.0 

0.5 

25.9 

23.5 

31.7 
4.1 

67.5 
82.9 
38.0 

26.1 

1.5 

17.9 



19,244.7 

693.7 

2.030.0 



$ c. 

92.11 

103.78 
1.89 

22.24 

27.29 

32.33 

9.46 
23.82 

6.31 

47.95 

91.96 

130.92 

0.79 

40.85 

37.07 

50.00 
6.47 

106.47 

130.76 

59.94 

41.17 

2.37 
28.23 



21,968.4 



27,949.22 
1,094.18 
3,201.88 



$ c. 

1,039.06 

772.14 
24.30 

172.16 

251.38 

310.42 

135.67 
378.45 

47.42 

583.66 

1,052.94 

1,190.00 

15.06 

427.57 
334.16 

490.72 
66.11 

639.28 

1,188.77 

576.66 

454.36 

91.19 

409.18 



251,877.81 
10,650.66 
35,642.30 



$ c. 

578.65 

775.72 
28.14 

212.67 

239.50 

293.19 

115.87 
189.93 

60.46 

320.26 

1,072.82 

1,098.51 

3.47 

316.12 

327.89 

426.87 
87.29 

565.84 

1,017.11 

647.37 

409.55 

28.98 
414.90 



213,370.87 

9,231.11 

22,906.70 



32,245.28 298,170.771245,508.68 71,008.13 



61,906.19 
2,872.21 
6,229.73 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



SYSTEM COST OF POWER 

Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission — the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



and fixed charges 


Total 


Revenue 

received 

in excess of 

cost of 
power sold 
to private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 

by each 
municipality 


Amounts remaining to 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


115.91 


135.00 


2,115.21 


2.05 


2,113.16 


2,113.16 


see page 


203 


149.27 
3.37 


179.74 
6.51 


2,207.17 
74.48 


2.31 
0.04 


2,204.86 
74.44 


2,204.86 

74.44 


a 
« 


a 

a 


37.32 


49.24 


562.55 


0.50 


562.05 


562.05 


u 


« 


38.48 


56.13 


689.19 


0.61 


688.58 


688.58 


« 


xt 


46.25 


68.79 


845.86 


0.72 


845 . 14 


845.14 


u 


« 


18.43 
34.84 


26.81 
44.30 


346.69 
729.13 


0.21 
0.53 


346.48 
728.60 


346.48 
728.60 


« 
u 


« 
a 


11.41 


14.29 


158.30 


0.14 


158.16 


158.16 


it 


« 


61.54 


74.63 


1,176.71 


1.07 


1,175.64 


1,175.64 


« 


« 


149.53 


248.43 


2,985.75 


2.05 


2,983.70 


2,983.70 


« 


<« 


185.01 


257.16 


3,205.15 


2.91 


3,202.24 


3,202.24 


« 


u 


1.08 


1.08 


22.53 


0.02 


22.51 


22.51 


« 


« 


56.17 


74.79 


1,012.35 


0.91 


1,011.44 


.1,011.44 


u 


u 


52.94 


76.14 


931.80 


0.83 


930.97 


930.97 


tl 


. u 


68.04 


99.13 


1,267.70 


1.11 


1,266.59 


1,266.59 


(I 


u 


11.90 


20.37 


223.67 


0.14 


223.53 


223.53 


u 


« 


129.46 


132.09 


1,706.18 


2.37 


1,703.81 


1,703.81 


u 


u 


181.47 


238.35 


3,064.45 


2.91 


3,061.54 


3,061.54 


« 


(« 


92.09 


149.96 


1,744.50 


1.33 


1,743.17 


1,743.17 


« 


M 


60.04 


94.92 


1,194.76 


0.92 


1,193.84 


1,193.84 


u 


« 


4.41 


6.90 


144.34 


0.05 


144.29 


144.29 


it 


« 


52.25 


96.01 


1,151.67 


0.63 


1,151.04 


1,151.04 


u 


a 


38,945.04 
1,561.21 


49,968.14 
2,150.77 
5,300.63 


644,017.27 
27,560.14 
77,670.73 


(675.67) 
(24.36) 
700.03 


643,341.60 
27,535.78 
78,370.76 


720,972.41 
27,535.78 
78,370.76 


78,403.36 


772.55 


4,389.49 












44,895.74 


57,419.54 


749,248.141 


749,248.14 


826,878.95 







202 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 
and applied thereagainst, and the 
balance representing the investment by 
the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Government 
grant 



Commission's 
investment 



Cost of power 
delivered to 
district as 
shown in 
"cost of 
power" table 
preceding 



-Vestra, Oro and Innisfil 
-Wood, Medora 



BarrieR.P.D 

twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D 

and Monck twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseh twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— King twp 

Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash, Wood 

and Medora twps 

Gannington No. 1, R.P.D.— Brock and 

Eldon twps 

Cannington No. 2, R.P.D.— Brock 

twp 

Ghatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp. . . 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos twp 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp. . . 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina twp 

Holstein R.P.D.— Agrement twp 

Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and Gwillim- 

bury twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Mariposa and Brock 

twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia twp. . . . 

Meaford R.P.D.— St. Vincent twp 

Neustadt R.P.D.— Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga 

twp 

Orangeville R.P.D. — Garafraxa E. and 

Amaranth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Reach, Cartwright 

and Scugog twps 

Ripley R.P.D.— Kinloss twp 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Melancthon twp. . 
Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Rama, Orillia 

N., Morrison and Matchedash twps.. 
Stayner R.P.D. — Nottawasaga, Sunni- 

dale and Flos twps 

Tara R.P.D.— Derby, Keppel, Amabel 

and Arran twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D.— Uxbridge and Reach 

twps 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D. — Brant 

twp 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Turnberry 

and Morris twps 



Non-operating capital. 
Totals 



$ c. 

29,663.47 

42,761.40 

565.92 

1,171.79 

♦3,498.27 
*6,300.83 

*8,468.48 
1,362.42 

♦1,509.05 
2,715.13 

17,336.91 
147.88 

45,835.89 
615.03 

46,089.19 

1,299.44 

1,272.15 

513.09 

15,825.86 

13,277.84 

*35,386.01 

395.67 

♦4,263.12 

43,575.11 

♦37,541.13 

♦26,938.56 

♦23,437.46 

2,285.90 

♦29,769.18 



443,822.18 
20,413.19 



464,235.37 



$ c 

14,831.74 

21,380.70 
282.96 
585.89 



2,813.22 

3,680.87 

681.21 

622.20 

1,357.57 

8,668.46 

73.94 

22,917.95 
307.51 

23,044.59 
649.72 
636.07 
256.54 

7,912.93 

6,638.92 

17,132.78 

197.83 

1,851.41 

21,787.56 



13,282.51 

11,438.58 

1,142.95 

14.478.46 



198,655.07 



$ c. 

14,831.73 

21,380.70 
282.96 
585.90 

3,498.27 
3,487.61 

4,787,61 

681.21 

886.85 

1,357.56 

8,668.45 

73.94 

22,917.94 
307.52 

23,044.60 
649.72 
636.08 
256.55 

7,912.93 

6,638.92 

18.253.23 

197.84 

2,411.71 

21,787.55 

37,541.13 

13,656.05 

11,998.88 

1,142.95 

15.290.72 



245,167.11 
20,413.19 



265,580.30 



$ c. 

2,113.16 
2,204.86 



74.44 

562.05 

688.58 

845.14 
346.48 
728.60 
158.16 
1,175.64 



2,983.70 



3,202.24 
22.51 



1,011.44 

930.97 

1,266.59 



223.53 
1,703.81 
3,061.54 
1,743.17 
1,193.84 

144.29 
1,151.04 



27,535.78 



Note. — Items marksd * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of Rur 
istricts. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1929. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 
light cus- 
tomers in 
each 
district 


Amounts r 
to be ere 
certain dis 
charged 
municipalil 
prising cert 
distr 


emaining 


Cost of 

operation, 

maintenance 

and 

adminis- 


Interest 

on 
capital 
invest- 
ment 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


dited to 
.tricts or 
to the 
.ies com- 
ain other 
icts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
1,270.77 


$ c. 

544.31 

931.20 

12.83 

7.20 

158.65 
158.56 

216.66 
23.09 
40.36 
61.78 

389.46 
1.96 

790.65 
11.78 

991.83 
29.57 
26.94 
11.65 

356.59 

302.11 

256.21 

8.92 

108.39 

905.90 

1,595.00 

619.91 

485.36 

52.01 

502.57 


$ c. 

478.46 

818.54 

11.31 

6.33 

69.73 
125.89 

168.31 
20.30 
30.19 
54.31 

342.34 
1.72 

694.99 
10.40 

871.83 
25.99 
23.68 
10.27 

313.45 

265.56 

202.80 

7.91 

84.07 

796.30 

701.01 

537.46 

415.43 

45.72 

432.29 


$ c. 

478.46 

818.54 

11.31 

6.33 

69.73 
125.89 

168.31 
20.30 
30.19 
54.31 

342.34 
1.72 

694.99 
10.40 

871.83 
25.99 
23.68 
10.27 

313.45 

265.56 

202.80 

7.91 

84.07 

796.30 

701.01 

537.46 

415.43 

45.72 

432.29 


$ c. 

125.95 

215.48 
2.98 
1.66 

36.71 
36.69 

50.12 

5.34 

9.34 

14.30 

90.12 

0.45 

. 182.96 
2.74 

229.51 
6.84 
6.23 
2.70 

82.52 

69.91 

59.28 
2.08 

25.08 

209.63 
369.08 
143.45 
112.32 
12.04 
116.29 


$ c. 

5,011.11 

6,899.33 

40.07 

102.54 

1,018.80 
1,386.04 

2,074.62 
508.80 

1,042.82 
446.44 

3,227.51 
6.26 

6,430.59 
38.60 

7,993.67 

139.81 

86.23 

36.53 

2,580.65 

2,009.80 

2,442.25 

30.10 

683.39 

5,730.90 

8,180.80 

4,525.59 

3,333.01 

362.15 

3,199.53 


$ c. 

4,860.30 

7,522.67 
40.07 
81.15 

1,006.22 
1,596.31 

2,182.60 
654.21 
942.35 
483.48 

3,265.87 
6.26 

7,068.11 
38.60 

8,619.63 

172.50 

86.23 

36.53 

2,607.43 

1,714.73 

2,240.50 

30.10 

729.25 

6,721.14 

9,611.13 

5,244.79 

3,154.70 

332.30 

3,176.62 


$ c. 


$ c 
150.81 


1,910.71 
1.64 


623.34 




6.58 




21.39 


121.93 




12.58 


250.43 

626.08 

93.29 

204.14 


210.27 

107.98 
145.41 


100.47 


103.58 

887.61 

0.41 


37.04 
38.36 




1,083.30 

3.28 


637.52 





1,826.43 

28.91 

5.70 


625.96 
32.69 


, 


1.64 






503.20 
175.69 


26.78 


295.07 


454.57 




201 . 75 


3.28 






158.25 

1,318.96 

1,753.16 

944.14 

710.63 


45.86 

990.24 

1,430.33 

719.20 


178.31 


62.37 




29.85 


565.05 




22.91 








15,075.73 


9,601.45 


7,566.59 


7,566.59 


2,221.80 


69,567.94 


74,225.78 


5,670.98 


1,013.14 



N et Credit $4,657 .84 



204 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

interest added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged 

October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing as 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges 



Charge Credited 



Charged 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington .... 
Chatsworth .... 
Chesley 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley. . . 

Gravenhurst. . . 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford . 

Midland 

Mount Forest. . 
Muskoka twp. . 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. . . . 
Owen Sound . . . 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 
Port McNicoll.. 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Shelburne 

Stayner 

Sunderland. . . . 
Tara 



June.. 
Dec, 
April, 
Nov., 
Aug., 

Oct., 

Jan., 

Nov., 

Dec, 

July, 

Mar., 
Mar., 
May, 
Nov., 
Dec, 

Dec, 
June, 
April, 
Dec, 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Sept., 
May, 
Sept., 
Mar., 

June, 
Jan., 
Mar., 
Jan., 

July, 

Dec, 
June, 
Dec, 
July, 
Dec, 

Sept., 

July, 

Jan., 

Sept., 

Mar., 

Jan., 

July, 

Oct., 

Mar., 

Feb., 



918 
916 
913 
914 
918 

918 
915 
914 
915 
916 

913 
913 
918 
914 
915 

915 

913 
918 
915 
916 

915 
916 
916 
916 
921 

920 
921 
916 
924 
911 

915 
929 
918 
916 
915 

923 
911 
915 
922 
920 

921 
916 
913 
914 
918 



$ c 
3,043.19 
2,806.35 
3,623.79 
1,145.48 
3,084.68 

4,093.35 

1,053.13 

750.85 

662.09 

3,171.57 

756.07 

3,837.79 

570.56 

909.57 

1,049.41 

2,957.74 
334.10 
315.36 
836.58 

1,147.12 

1,287.77 
5,179.10 



3,052.53 
3,806.74 

219.07 
1,940.11 

689.47 
2,793.02 
9,310.91 

6,171.47 



5,969.99 
7,610.25 

1,540.63 

1,897.40 

428.60 

2,020.28 



1,050.42 

1,585.22 

936.01 

660.63 



4,403.83 



400.74 



224.73 



3.453.81 



400.00 



$ 


c. 


3,043 


19 


2,806.35 


3,623 


79 


1,145 


48 


3,084 


68 


4,093 


35 


1,053 


13 


750 


85 


662 


00 


3,171 


57 


756.07 


3,837 


7Q 


570.56 


909 


57 


1,049 


41 


2,957 


74 


334 


10 


315 


36 


836 


58 


1,147 


12 


1,287 


77 


5,179 


10 


3,052 


53 


3,806 


74 


219 


07 


1,940 


11 


689.47 


2,793 


02 


9,310.91 



6,171.47 



5,969.99 
7,610.25 

1,540.63 

1,897.40 

428.60 

2,020.28 



1,050,42 

1,585.22 

936.01 

660.63 



500.00 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928; the cash receipts and payments thereon, and 
to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending 
a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October, 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31,1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c 
56.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,232.86 

957.98 
1,072.88 
1,314.92 
1,675.76 

654.23 
635.90 

1,213.88 
412.73 

2,126.92 

1,404.04 
5,335.02 
343.61 
1,021.45 
1,402.55 

2,061.90 
277.89 
352.48 
624.27 
924.61 

1,920.82 
4,803.18 
43.96 
2,723.76 
4,089.25 

253.11 
2,082.24 

559.32 
2,383.22 


$ c 


$ c. 
1,289.67 

993 . 04 
1,120.54 
1,329.23 
1,714.30 

739.93 
649 . 06 

1,226.09 
425.86 

2,162.59 

1,416.71 
5,393.06 
351.93 
1,035.40 
1,415.11 

2,118.03 
285.73 
356.45 
639.78 
944.50 

1,936.95 
4,867.88 


$ c. 


35.06 








47.66 








14.31 








38.54 








85.70 








13.16 








12.21 








13.13 








35.67 








12.67 








58.04 








8.32 








13.95 








12.56 








56.13 








7.84 








3.97 








15.51 








19.89 








16.13 








64.70 










171.94 




4,131.81 


50.99 




2,774.75 
4,144.14 

255.87 
2,106.69 

570.69 

2,432.33 

44.27 

3,268.67 
265.96 




54.89 








2.76 








24.45 








11.37 








49.11 








125.54 




81.27 




115.22 




3,153.45 
265.96 














16.03 




691.28 


1,108.05 


74.58 


4,313.68 
6,594.59 

745.95 
2,475.71 

284.28 
2,300.04 

110.08 

640.41 

1,049.15 

829.62 

727.05 

1,283.75 


4,388.26 
6,690.51 

769.42 
2,499.41 

289.63 
2,336.27 


95.92 








23.47 








23.70 








5.35 






36.23 










8.99 




123 64 


18.83 




659.24 

1,068.95 

842.01 

736.83 




19.80 








12.39 








9.78 










123.63 




1,793.69 











206 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 
added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged to each Muni- 
accumulated amount standing as a Credit or 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges 



Credited Charged 



Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor 

Waubaushene. . 

Wingham 

Woodville 



Rural Power Districts 



Barrie R.P.D. — Vespra, Oro and 
Innisfil twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D.— Wood, Me- 
dora and Monck twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseh twp. . 

Bradford R.P.D.— King twp 

Buckskjin R.P.D.— Matchedash, 
Wood and Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1— R.P.D.— 

Brock and Eldon twps 

Cannington No. 2, R.P.D — 

Brock twp 

Chatsworth R. P. D— Holland 

twp 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos twp 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia 

twp 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina twp. 
Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and Gwil- 

limbury twps 

Lucknow R.P.D.— Kinloss twp. . 
Mariposa R.P.D. — Mariposa and 

Brock twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia 

twp 

Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp. 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawa- 
saga twp : 

Orangeville R.P.D. — Garafraxa 
E. and Amaranth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Reach, Cart- 
wright and Scugog twps 

Ripley R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 



Dec, 1920 

Nov., 1918 

Oct., 1918 

Sept., 1922 

July, 1914 

Dec, 1914 

Dec, 1920 

Nov., 1914 



Aug., 1923 

June, 1928 

Sept., 1926 

Aug... 1929 

July, 1928 



May, 

May, 

Dec, 
Jan., 

Feb., 

Oct., 

Feb., 
Feb., 

Sept., 

July, 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Aug., 

Dec, 
Feb., 



1924 

1924 

1928 
1924 

1922 

1926 

1928 
1924 

1923 

1924 

1926 

1922 

1927 

1922 
1922 



$ c 
1.091.15 



2,238.18 
739.99 

546.61 

3,244.22 
556.37 



1,038.90 



331.08 
533.51 



203.32 



1.953.81 



849.20 



83.41 



108.12 
2,665.27 



787.07 
11.04 



261.52 



410.23 

807.73 

141.62 
10.14 



442.32 
10.19 



549.69 



16.13 



665.27 



11.48 



10.55 



10.60 



16.78 



$ c 
1.091.15 



2,238.18 
739.99 

546.61 

3,244.22 

556.37 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928; the cash receipts and payments thereon, and interest 
cipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending October 31, 1929 and the 
Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929. 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c 
13.98 


$ c. 


$ c 

391.89 
618.83 
695.15 
2,285.50 
426.11 

194.62 

4,499.63 

613.17 


$ c 


$ c 

405.87 
506.39 


$ c 




4.32 
88.75 










1,393.60 


27.96 




2,313.46 
435.69 

206.05 

4,540.16 

620.12 

929.65 




9.58 








11.43 








40.53 








6.95 








41.56 




150.81 






31.48 
.44 


623.34 


195.21 














21.39 

12.58 




21 39 




10.46 






284.56 


13.24 


210.27 
107.98 
145.41 


554.59 

662.83 

145.41 
110.98 




21.34 














8.13 




100.47 






16.41 

32.31 

5.66 
0.41 


37.04 

38.36 

637.52 


389.60 








801.68 






490.24 










78.15 


625.96 
32.69 




2,657.92 






17.69 
0.41 




427.32 


t 








33.97 


26.78 




909.95 






21.99 


295.07 
201.75 


866.75 


3.34 






115.00 




0.65 



















208 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 
added during the year; also the net amount Credited or Charged to each Muni- 
accumulated amount standing as a Credit or 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 


Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Shelburne R.P.D. — Melancthon 
twp 


Feb., 1926 

Oct., 1925 
July, 1923 
Jan., 1925 
Sept., 1925 

Feb., 1922 
Feb., 1929 


$ c. 


$ c. 
80.57 


$ c 


$ c 


Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Rama, 
Orillia N., Morrison and Matche- 
dash twps 


1,719.85 

3,324.33 

214.39 

204.05 

71.76 






Stayner R. P. D. — Nottawasaga, 
Sunnidale and Flos twps 

Tara R.P.D.— Derby, Keppel, 
Amabel and Arran twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D.— Uxbridge and 
Reach twps 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D. — 
Brant twp 

Wroxeter R.P.D.— Howick, Turn- 
berry and Morris twps 








































Totals 




113,242.53 


14,784.75 


1,614.68 


102,714.92 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928 $853,439 . 16 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1928 82,466.91 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $770,972 .25 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $64,778 .40 

Amount included in costs of distribution of power within rural 

power districts 7,566.59 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 6,229.73 

Renewals reserve provided on second-hand equipment purchased 11 .74 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 30,839.36 

109,425.82 

$880,398.07 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 959 . 74 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $879,438 .33 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928; the cash receipts and payments thereon, and interest 
cipality in respect of power supplied in the year ending October 31, 1929 and the 
Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929. 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31,1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


i $ c. 
3.22 


$ . c 
45 . 86 ' 

990.24 

1,430.33 

719.20 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 
37.93 


68.79 




2,778.88 

4,887.63 

942.17 

33.90 

44.78 




132.97 








8.58 








8.16 




178.31 

29.85 
22.91 




2.87 














22 91 












1,927.87 


554.79 


84,074 34 


1,785.69 


92,732.41 


11,713.14 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1929 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928. $218,453 26 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $40,506 .25 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 7,566 . 59 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 4,389 . 49 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 8,738 . 13 

61,200.46 

$279,653.72 



Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929, 



8,956.7 6 



Balance carried forward October 31st, 1929 $270,696.96 



210 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Bradford 

Brechin 

Cannington 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Coldwater 

Collingwood. . . . 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley. . . 

Gravenhurst .... 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield . . 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mount Forest. . . 
Muskoka twp. . . 

Neustadt 

Orange vi lie 

Owen Sound. . . . 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene 
Port McNicoll. 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Shelburne. . . . 

Stayner 

Sunderland . . . 
Tara 

Teeswater .... 

Thornton 

Tottenham. . . 



6 years 

8 " 
11 " 
10 " 

6 " 

6 " 

10 " 

10 " 

9 " 

8 « 



5 " 

13 " 

10 " 

5 " 

5 " 

5 " 
8 " 

11 - " 
10 " 

6 " 

5 " 

6 " 
6 " 



$ c. 
5,981.93 
6,501.29 
38,877.85 
7,786.49 
4,901.70 



5,522 
3,291 
5,905 
1,319 
10,466 

3,653. 
52,080. 
1,480. 
4,010. 
3,649. 

10,555. 
5,842. 
1,044. 
2,051. 
3,794. 

5,938. 
28,174. 

1,217. 
18,218. 

8,548. 

974. 
4,251 
2,651 

5,485. 
76,875. 

9,413. 
91. 

3,472. 
10,877. 
52,484. 

2,427. 

23,840. 

1,810. 

3,567. 

399. 

2,023. 
5,951. 
5,168. 
4,258. 
2,893. 

3,665. 
1,039. 

3,058. 



Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour. 

Waubaushene. . . . 

Wingham 

Woodville 



Rural Power District 
Barrie R.P.D.— Vespra, Oro 



and 



Innisfil twps 
Beaumaris R.P.D. — Wood, Medora 

and Monck twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseh twp 

Bradford — King twp 

Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash, 

Wood and Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D.— Brock 
and Eldon twps 

Cannington No. 2, R.P.D.— Brock 
twp 

Chatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp.. . 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos twp 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp. . 

Georgina R.P.D. — Georgina twp. . . . 
Holstein R.P.D. — Agremont twp. . . . 
Innisfil R.P.D. — Innisfil and Gwil- 

limbury twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Mariposa R.P.D. — Mariposa and 

Brock twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia twp. . . 
Meaford R.P.D.— St. Vincent twp. . . 

Neustadt R.P.D.— Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga 

twp 

Orangeville R.P.D. — Garafraxa E. 

and Amaranth twps 

Port Perry R.P.D.— Reach, Cart- 
wright and Scugog twps 

Ripley R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Melancthon twp. 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Rama, Orillia 
N., Morrison and Matchedash twps 

Stayner R.P.D. — Nottawasaga. Sun- 
nidale and Flos twps 

Tara R.P.D.— Derby, Keppel, Amabel 
and Arran twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D. — Uxbridge and 
Reach twps 

Walkerton Quarry R.P.D.— Brant 
twp 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Turn- 
berry and Morris twps 



5 


years 


10 


« 


10 


« 


5 


u 


10 


tt 


7 


« 


2 


u 


4 


u 


1 


tt 


2 


tt 


6 


(( 


6 


tt 


1 


tt 


6 


it 


8 


tt 


4 


tt 


1 


tt 


2 


u 


4 


tt 


7 


tt 


6 


tt 





il 


3 


11 


8 


tt 


3 


tt 


7 


a 


4 


a 


4 


it 


5 


it 


7 


tt 


5 


tt 


5 


tt 


8 


tt 


1 


u 



$ c 
3,815.01 
2,197.20 

1,236.48 
9,914.92 
4,376.75 



1,082.32 

587.18 
9.94 
8.49 

113.40 



614.24 

818.21 

33.75 

316.38 

247.97 

551.44 
0.45 

575.84 
13.25 

2,676.84 

211.74 
6.23 
8.38 

1,365.13 

346.62 

421.21 

15.11 

170.50 

1,200.16 

2,812.24 

417.43 
323.26 
164.60 
217.05 
504,364.41 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1929 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1928 $427,618.34 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and rural power districts $52,118 .91 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts . 2,221 .80 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 5,300 . 63 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 17,104 . 73 

76,746.07 

$504,364.41 



GEORGIAN BAY RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 
the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 
Rural Lines, for the year ending October 31, 1929 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 


Brechin 

Flesherton 


$ c 
922.02 
1,885.41 


$ c. 

48.22 

105.77 


$ c. 
16.60 
33.94 


$ c 
18.44 
37.71 


$ c. 
9.22 

18.85 


$ c. 

92.48 

196.27 


Totals 


2,807.43 


153.99 


50.54 


56.15 


28.07 


288.75 



GEORGIAN BAY RURAL LINES 



Statement showing the Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together with 
Interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1929 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 

October 31, 1929 


Amount 


Brechin 


11 years 

12 " 


$ c. 
199.43 


Flesherton 


340.63 








Total 


540.06 







212 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

EASTERN ONTARIO 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $194,363 .44 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment. $854,212.21 

Rural power districts 42,239 .93 

896,452.14 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment 772,300 . 17 

Rural power districts ' 15,943 . 78 

788,243.95 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $179,427 .90 

Rural power districts 13,205 .79 

192,633.69 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $254,701 .22 

Rural power districts 4,247 . 96 

258,949.18 

Provision for sinking funds: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $69,513 .92 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power and local distribution systems 76,983 .22 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 3,470.08 

149,967.22 

$2,480,609.62 



930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 213 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1929 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $ 946,289 . 16 

Power sold to private companies and local distribution systems 1,615,485 .73 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 150,323 .11 

$2,712,098 .00 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 

them in the year $829.56 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied them 

in the year 4,357 .90 

5,187.46 

Deduct: $2,717,285.46 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in the 

year $69,092 .61 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 18,602 .79 

87,695.40 

Revenue $2,629,590.06 

Deduct : 

Profit from power sold to private companies and local distribu- 
tion systems, transferred to the credit of obsolescence and 
contingency reserve 148,980 . 44 

$2,480,609.62 



214 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 
1929 



Share of 

Capital cost 

of system on 

which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 





Share of operating 




Operating 




Cost of 


main- 




power 


tenance 




purchased 


and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 



$ c. 
60.00 
55.00 
89.27 
32.00 
60.00 

30.00 
40.00 
40.00 
74.00 
48.00 

45.00 
48.00 
60.00 
97.00 
40.00 

50.00 
55.00 
86.00 
40.00 
34.00 

40.00 
30.00 
48.00 
30.00 
75.00 

35.00 
50.00 
50.00 
36.00 
55.00 

40.00 



Rural Power Districts 

Apple Hill R.P.D.— Kenyon 
and Roxborough twps 

Belleville R.P.D.— Sidney and 
Thurlow twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D, — Darling- 
ton twp 

Brockville R.P.D.— Elizabeth- 
town, Augusta and Yonge and 
Escott Rear twps 

Campbellford R.P.D.— Raw- 
den and Seymour twps 



Alexandria 


$ c 


Apple Hill 




Athens 




Belleville 




Bloomfield 

Brockville 


65.00 


Carleton Place. . . 
Chesterville. . 


50.00 


Finch 




Havelock 

Kemptville 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster. . . 


55.00 

60.00 
55.00 
80.00 


Lindsay 


44.00 
45.00 


Marmora 

Martintown 


Maxville 




Norwood 

Oshawa 


44.00 


Perth 


50.00 
32.00 
50.00 


Peterborough .... 
Picton 


Prescott 


Russell 


80.00 

45.00 
60.00 
55.00 


Smiths Falls 

Warkworth 

Wellington 

Whitby 


Williamsburg. . 




Winchester 





$ c. 

121,751.20 
10,083.27 
39,009.30 

381,794.96 
37,706.80 



371,565. 
202,422. 

70,603. 

24,144. 

79,219. 



59,136.09 
53,981.09 
19,795.01 
31,542.65 
395,426.57 

25,867.90 

7,094.13 

38,741.34 

32,036.25 

1,879,153.39 

167,353.41 

1,244,026.13 

248,977.69 

115,320.29 

26,611.36 

241,284.82 
16,329.98 
42,939.51 

225,089.65 
9,248.67 

50,562.87 



10,403.25 

31,221.70 

1,095.70 

15,037.54 
11,211.97 



225.3 

24.8 

49.1 

1,850.3 

87.7 

1,861.8 

884.7 

240.8 

49.0 

245.8 

207.2 

173.0 

51.1 

35.8 

1,476.2 

85.4 

21.9 

49.8 

131.3 

7,802.9 

784.4 

6,214.1 

699.2 

606.0 

47.4 

1,380.9 

53.4 

128.8 

907.2 

34.8 

190.2 



25.9 


51.5 


4.6 


63.8 


56.1 



$ c 
685.05 

75.42 

149.29 

5,626.01 

266.66 

5,660.97 

2,690.01 

732.17 

148.99 

747.38 

630.01 
526.02 
155.37 
108.85 
4,488.52 

259.67 

66.59 

151.42 

399.23 

23,725.42 

2,385.05 

18,894.54 

2,125.98 

1,842.60 

144.12 

4,198.75 
162.37 
391.63 

2,758.42 
105.82 

578.32 



78.75 

460.65 

13.99 

193.99 
170.58 



$ c 

2,570.78 

671.20 

986.91 

16,217.06 

1,634.46 

18,908.07 

7,001.91 

2,925.93 

785.89 

3,109.86 

2,489.27 

2,916.28 

654.24 

562.72 

21,823.46 

1,547.27 

348.93 

1,255.43 

1,653.25 

78,343.92 

6,680.96 

47,191.82 

9,277.63 

5,602.02 

802.82 

10,747.75 

894.55 

1,783.58 

9,103.60 

517.48 

2,564.11 



461.26 

1,320.64 

45.02 

633.34 
379.01 



$ c 

5,824.13 

489.48 

1,640.26 

18,014.58 

1,768.60 

17,548.85 
9,801.46 
3,332.09 
1,163.03 
3,525.79 

2,654.50 

2,539.37 

971.43 

1,513.83 

18,642.02 

1,222.12 

338.38 

1,875.18 

1,401.33 

88,173.86 

8,088.65 

58,694.50 

11,675.93 

5,517.71 

1,278.62 

11,570.78 

768.92 

2,013.84 

10,623.40 

437.94 

2,394.97 



507.38 

1,473.16 

51.27 

694.03 
529.01 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act) of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929. 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission 
Act 



Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
2,138.59 


$ c.l 
676.86 

69.72 

177.36 

8,195.31 

446.23 


$ c. 

1,279.28 
107.70 
357.04 

3,998.67 
394.82 


$ c. 

13,174.69 
1,586.04 
3,925.54 

55,507.23 
5,058.66 


$ c. 

13,517.80 
1,363.05 
4,380.88 

59,209.86 
5,325.99 


$ c. 
343.11 


$ c. 


172.52 


222.99 


614.68 


455.34 

3,702.63 

267.33 




3,455.60 




547.89 




4,996.26 


3,855.73 

1,897.02 

572.16 

142.27 

1,161.13 


3,897.42 

2,129.63 

740.64 

253.67 

785.39 


54,867.30 

26,445.04 

9,398.49 

2,912.34 

10,271.42 


55,855.42 

36,764.39 

9,633.12 

3,627.81 

12,109 07 


988.12 

10,319.35 

234.63 

715.47 

1,837 65 




2,925.01 




1,095.50 




418.49 




941.87 




827.74 


462.93 
824.18 
136.34 
140.28 
6,800.23 


573.89 
565.76 
208.34 
331.65 
4,148.43 


7,638.34 
8,059.17 
2,456.73 
3,240.98 
60,479.59 


9,830.60 
8,525.20 
3,247.99 
3,468.53 
60,182.77 


2,192.26 
466.03 
791.26 

227.55 




687.56 




331.01 




583.65 




4,576.93 


296.82 


326.02 


414.34 

54.85 

185.33 

594.57 

35,242.27 


272.24 

74.40 

411.01 

311.35 

19,601.83 


4,041.66 

996.16 

4,594.67 

4,657.37 

264,344 97 


4,188.29 
1,202.61 
4,284.92 
5,363.40 
265,299.45 


146.63 
206.45 




113.01 




716.30 


309 . 75 


297.64 


706.03 
954.48 




19,257.67 




2,351.01 


1,651.73 

27,156.06 

3,377.59 

1,256.30 

145.96 


1,760.57 

13,023.90 

2,603.66 

1,221.85 

279.65 


22,917.97 

175,796.31 

32,395.48 

16,977.97 

3,121.07 


32,693.06 

188,522.35 

33,816.73 

18,181.00 

3,609.78 


9,775.09 

12,726.04 

1,421.25 

1,203.03 

488.71 




10,835.49 




3,334.69 




1,537.49 




469.90 




3,071.94 


2,764.74 
254.70 
622.14 

4,094.57 
85.21 


2,537.67 
171.30 
448.87 

2,362.47 
97.01 


34,891.63 

2,457.72 

5,815.96 

31,339.98 

1,382.73 


50,568.37 
2,766.48 
6,570.18 

32,657.64 
1,915.79 


15,676.74 

308.76 

754.22 

1,317.66 

533.06 




205.88 




555.90 




2,397.52 




139.27 




760.90 


444.56 


530.04 


7,272.90 
1,407.27 


7,606.63 
1,407.27 


333 13 




177.62 


71.12 


111.14 


see page 


219 


282.16 


670.76 


326.99 


4,534.36 


4,534.36 


u 


a 


11.05 


20.79 


11.39 


153.51 


153.51 


« 


u 


210.79 


140.57 


154.38 


2,027.10 


2,027.10 


<{ 


« 


97.44 


248.06 


117.38 


1,541.48 


1,541.48 


tt 


u 



216 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost (under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rate s 
per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1929 



To 

Oct. 31 

1929 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
Interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 

power 

purchased 



Share of operating 



Operating 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 



Ghesterville R. P. D— Winches- 
ter, Finch, Russell and Osna- 
bruck twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Alnwick, 
Hamilton and Haldimand twps 

Golborne R.P.D.— Haldimand 
twp 

Kingston R..P.D. — Ernestown, 
Kingston, Loughboro and 
Pittsburg twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp.. 

Martintown R.P.D.— Charlot- 
tenburg and Lancaster twps. . 

Maxville R.P.D. — Kenyon twp. 

Napanee R.P.D. — Richmond 
twp 

Newcastle R.P.D.— Clarke, Dar- 
lington and Manvers twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel and 
Seymour twps 



—Darlington, 
Whitby and 



Oshawa R.P.D 

Pickering, East 

Whitby twp 

Peterboro R.P.D. — Douro, 

North Monaghan, Otonabee 

and Smith twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering 

and Whitby twps 

Port Hope R.P.D.— Hope twp. 
Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta and 

Edwardsburg twps 



Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Crosby 
S., Bastard and Burgess S., 
Yonge and Escott Rear and 
Montague twps 

Trenton R.P.D. — Murray and 
Sidney twps 

Warkworth R.P.D. — Percy twp. 

Wellington R.P.D.— Amelias- 
burg, Hallowel and Hillier 
twps 

Williamsburg R.P.D.— Wil- 
liamsburg twp 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts. 
Totals — Companies 



Non-operating capital 
Grand Totals. . . . 



$ c 

23,378.54 
24,929.86 
11,053.86 



12,478.29 
118.92 



18,612.26 
276.77 

767.99 

3,793.11 

871.99 

82,746.52 

82,112.04 

24,397.40 
5,567.68 

14,683.84 



9,205.54 

1,883.38 
233.18 



4,767.34 
897.86 



66.6 

77.2 
44.1 



43.5 
0.6 



52.1 
0.7 

3.3 

13.3 

2.9 

344.2 

406.3 

98.5 
22.6 

69.0 



18.2 

10.0 
1.0 



14.3 
7.0 



6,268,819.74 

391,746.53 

9,877,650.10 



26,600.3 

1,597.3 

34,666.9 



16,538,216.37 
959,713.69 



17,497,930.06 



202.50 
234.73 
134.09 



132.27 
1.82 



158.41 
2.13 

10.03 

40.44 

8.82 

1,046.57 

1,235.39 

299.50 
68.72 

209.80 



55.34 

30.41 
3.04 



43.48 
7.91 



80,880.65 

4,843.36 

105,407.90 



62,864.5 191,131.91 



$ c. 

867.98 
964.60 

362.88 



527.87 
4.45 



456.92 
12.43 

35.37 

146.09 

34.46 

3,457.27 

3,454.32 

958.96 
371.84 

844.16 



164.39 

81.37 
14.51 



143.95 
46.68 



261,573. 

15,789. 

576,849. 



$ c 

1,113.42 

1,101.35 

518.02 



582.09 
5.61 



885.92 
13.54 

35.65 

174.20 

38.66 

3,883.80 

3,873.93 

1,153.99 
260.12 

677.22 



251.56 

88.90 
10.99 



223.58 
41.32 



295,505.55 

18,188.72 

458,605.90 



854,212.21 772,300.17 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



217 



SYSTEM ' COST OF POWER 

Power Commission Act) of power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
— and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929. 



costs and fixed charges 


Sinking 
fund 


Total cost 
of power 
for year as 
provided to 
be paid 
under 
Power 
Com- 
mission 
Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Com- 
mission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts remaining to 

be credited or charged 

to each municipality 

upon ascertainment of 

the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


377.79 


169.22 


244.23 


2,975.14 


2,975.14 


see page 


219 


288.14 


377.04 


245.31 


3,211.17 


3,211.17 


« 


« 


117.23 


203.81 


115.21 


•1,451.24 


1,451.24 


a 


a 


148.83 
1.02 


203.55 
2.62 


129.59 

1.24 


1,724.20 
16.76 


1,724.20 
16.76 


a 

« 


u 

« 


303.55 
4.71 


134.82 
1.91 


195.27 
2.96 


2,134.89 
37.68 


2,134.89 
37.68 


« 


« 

« 


7.66 


14.87 


7.94 


111.52 


111.52 


« 


« 


43.02 


62.98 


38.77 


505.50 


505.50 


{< 


u 


9.86 


13.55 


8.62 


113.97 


113.97 


u 


« 


847.06 


1,554.35 


863.39 


11,652.44 


11,652.44 


u 


« 


723.93 


1,779.44 


859.70 


11,926.71 


11,926.71 


a 


<« 


260.56 
57.80 


446.19 
103.65 


256.64 

57.84 


3,375.84 
919.97 


3,375.84 
919.97 


« 
« 


« 

<« 


197.30 


148.62 


150.84 


2,227.94 


2,227.94 


u 


a 


79.22 


45.76 


53.83 


650.10 


650.10 


a 


« 


15.07 
2.40 


43.60 

4.57 


19.72 
2.45 


279.07 
37.96 


279.07 
37.96 


« 
« 


« 


61.72 


69.17 


49.87 


591.77 


591.77 


« 


« 


13.85 


12.73 


9.07 


131.56 


131.56 


» 


« 


70,683.93 
4,339.78 


103,902.67 

6,543.75 

144,254.80 


65,480.15 

4,033.77 

76,983.22 


878,026.11 

53,739.15 

1,466,505.29 


946,289.16 

53,739.15 

1,615,485.73 


69,092.61 


829.56 


104,404.19 


148,980.44 


* 


179,427.90 


254,701.22 


146,497.14 


2,398,270.55 


2,615,514.04 







^Transferred to credit of Obsolesence and Contingency Reserve. 



218 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain districts or charged to 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein: 



-Kenyon and Rox- 
-Sidney and Thur 



Apple Hill R.P.D 

borough twps. . . 
Belleville R.P.D. 

low twps 

Bowman ville R.P.D. — Darlington twp 
Brockville R.P.D. — Elizabethtown, 

Augusta and Yonge and Escott Rear 

twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — 

Seymour twps 



Chesterville R.P.D.— Winchester 
Finch, Russell and Osnabruck twps. . 

Cobourg R.P.D. — Alnwick, Hamilton 
and Haldimand twps 

Colborne R.P.D. — Haldimand twp. . 

Kingston R.P.D. — Ernestown, Kings 
ton, Loughborough and Pittsburg 
twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant received 
and applied thereagainst, and the 
balance representing the investment by 
the Commission 



Total 
capital cost 



Martintown R.P.D. — Charlottenburg 
and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Kenyon twp 

Napanee R.P.D. — Richmond twp. . . . 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clarke, Darling- 
ton and Manvers twps 

North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris twp. . 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel and Sey- 
mour twps 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Picker- 
ing, East Whitby and Whitby twps. . 

Peterborough R.P.D. — Douro, North 
Monaghan, Otonabee and Smith 
twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering and 
Whitby twps 

Port Hope R.P.D.— Hope twp 



Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta and Ed" 
wardsburg twps 

Smith Falls R.P.D.— Crosby South, 
Bastard and Burgess South, Yonge 
and Escott Rear, and Montague twps. 

Trenton R.P.D. — Murray and Sidney 
twps 

Warkworth R.P.D.— Percy twp 

Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg, 
Hallowell and Hillier twps 

Williamsburg R.P.D. 
twp 



-Williamsburg 



Non-operating capital 
Totals 



Government 
grant 



$ c. 
*17,856.71 

♦71,998.00 

2,353.84 



♦32,364.19 
23,588.90 

♦66,970.87 

112,360.48 
17,704.33 

34,398.50 
♦268.03 

28,930.61 
♦1,578.11 
13,551.51 

♦7,721.77 
16,481.29 

9,278.51 
121,574.52 

84,155.90 

29,427.65 
16,536.07 

♦48,208.28 

49,258.55 

2,471.68 
♦2,546.89 

♦360.58 
10,746.74 



822,692.51 
79,046.18 



901,738.69 



Commission's 
investment 



$ c. 
8,834.98 

35,654.41 
1,176.92 



15,061.48 
11,794.45 

31,287.47 

56,180.24 
8,852.17 



17,199.25 
106.00 



14,465.30 

695.67 

6,775.76 

3,440.65 
8,240.65 

4,639.25 
60,787.26 

42,077.95 

14,713.83 
8,268.03 

24,045.11 

24,629.28 

1,235.84 
1,226.75 

78.25 
5,373.37 



406,840.32 



Cost of power 

delivered to 

districts as 

shown in 

"cost of 

power" table 

preceding 



$ c 
9,021.73 

36,343.59 
1,176.92 



17,302.71 
11,794.45 

35,683.40 

56,180.24 
8,852.16 



17,199.25 
162.03 



14,465.31 

882.44 

6,775.75 

4,281.12 
8,240.64 

4,639.26 
60,787.26 

42,077.95 

14,713.82 
8,268.04 

24,163.17 

24,629.27 

1,235.84 
1,320.14 

282.33 
5,373.37 



415,852.19 
79,046.18 



$ c. 
1,407.27 

4,534.36 
153.51 



2,027.10 
1,541.48 

2,975.14 

3,211.17 
1,451.24 

484.50 

1,724.20 

16.76 

2,134.89 

37.68 

111.52 

505.50 
2,616.05 

113.97 
11,652.44 

11,926.71 

3,375.84 
919.97 

2,227.94 

650.10 

27^.07 
37.96 

591.77 
262.54 



494,898.37 56,970.68 



Note items marked * include portions of transmission lines used for purposes of rural 
power districts. 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS RURAL OPERATING 
district, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each district, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1929. 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 

operation 

maintenance 

and 

adminis 

tration 



$ c 
779.40 

5,270.58 
60.28 



4,083.66 
586.93 

2,536.96 

3,201.22 
431.89 

2,359.59 
11.97 

1,225.96 
134.93 
233.46 

398.58 
798.24 

67.99 
8,554.22 

4,523.06 

2,327.41 
236.43 

2,431.82 

1,252.04 

250.17 
6.26 

252.84 
224.04 



42,239.93 



Interest 

on 
capital 
invest- 
ment 



$ c. 
435.21 

1,019.00 
41.09 



752.55 
382.14 

1,531.26 

2,266.54 
409 . 74 



754.33 
7.59 

688.92 
15.08 
83.68 

180.47 
316.31 



65.60 

2,685.45 

1,793.96 

567.81 
378.61 

978.33 

251.13 

58.42 
7.83 

57.23 
215.50 



15,943.78 



Renewal 
charges 



$ c 
355.32 

851.93 
35.03 



583.52 
325.78 

1,207.60 

1,932.26 
349.31 

643.08 
5.36 

568.38 

8.70 

71.34 

138.91 
269.66 

55.93 
2,282.99 

1,529.38 

484.07 
322.77 

807.34 

100.00 

49.80 

4.82 

44.71 
177.80 



13,205.79 4,247.96 



Obsolesc- 
ence and 
contin- 
gencies 



$ c. 
177.66 

210.89 
8.76 



291.76 
81.44 

603.80 

483.07 
87.33 

160.77 
1.20 

284.19 

4.35 

17.83 

32.86 
67.41 

13.98 
569.95 

382.34 

121.02 
80.69 

403.67 

50.00 

12.45 
0.97 

10.67 
88.90 



Sinking 
fund 



$ c. 
94.52 

228.69 
9.22 



163.45 
85.76 

332.58 

508.67 
91.96 



169.29 
1.70 

149.62 

3.28 

18.78 

40.50 



14.72 
602.68 

402.61 

127.43 
84.97 

212.48 

52.65 

13.11 
1.76 

12.85 
46.80 



Total 
cost 



$ c. 
3,249.38 

12,115.45 
307.89 



7,902.04 
3,003.53 

9,187.34 

11,602.93 

2,821.47 



6,295.76 

44.58 

5,051.96 
204.02 
536.61 

1,296.82 
4,067.67 



332.19 
26,347.73 

20,558.06 

7,003.58 
2,023.44 

7,061.58 

2,355.92 

663.02 
59.60 

970.07 
1,015.58 



3,470.08 136,078.22*150,323.11 



Revenue 
from 
power and 
light cus- 
tomers in 
each 
district 



$ c. 
4,015.92 

14,483.69 
416.57 



5,991.74 

2,779.66 

11,709.39 

11,136.34 
3,487.56 

5,882.96 
52.84 

6,807.78 

64.05 

524.43 

1,775.82 
5,075.00 

341.08 
27,462.94 

24,199.62 

9,838.05 
2,501.91 

6,560.94 

1,693.63 

1,360.62 
88.56 

1,085.69 
986.32 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited 



$ c. 
766.54 

2,368.24 
108.68 



2,522.05 



666.09 



8.26 



1,755.82 



479.00 
1,007.33 

8.89 
1,115.21 

3,641.56 

2,834.47 
478.47 



697.60 
28.96 

115.62 



18,602.79 



Charged 



$ 



1,910.30 
223.87 



466.59 



412.80 



139.97 
12.18 



500.64 



662.29 



29.26 



4,357.90 



Net Credit $14,244.89 



220 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO 



Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made and interest added during the year — also the net amount 

in the year ending October 31, 1929; and the accumulated amount 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge 
at October 31, 1928 


Cash receipts and 
Dayments on account 

of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 






Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Alexandria 


Jan., 1921 
April, 1921 
Jan., 1929 
April, 1929 
April, 1919 

April, 1915 
May, 1919 
April, 1914 
Feb., 1928 
Feb., 1921 

Dec, 1921 
Aug., 1920 
Sept. 1921 
May, 1921 
Mar., 1928 

Jan., 1921 
May, 1921 
Feb., 1921 
Feb., 1921 
Feb., 1929 

Feb., 1919 
Mar., 1913 
April, 1919 
Dec, 1913 
Feb., 1926 

Sept., 1918 
Oct., 1923 
April, 1919 
Jan., 1926 
April, 1915 

Jan., 1914 

Nov., 1923 
Sept., 1927 
Jan., 1924 

1 

Nov., 1921 
i 

Aug., 1924 


$ c 


$ c 
1,031.89 


$ c 
1,031.89 


$ c 


Apple Hill 


40.98 


40.98 


Athens 








Belleville 










Bloomfield 


828.71 

3,799.29 

1,681.45 

518.16 






837.89 


Brockville 






3,799.29 


Carleton Place 






1,681.45 


Chesterville 






518.16 


Finch 


128.42 


128.42 




Havelock 


2,788.16 

2,395.17 

2,246.77 

767.63 


2,813.33 


Kemptville 






2,395.17 


Lakefield 






2,266.88 


Lanark 






767.63 


Lancaster 


9,198.77 


875.63 




Lindsay 


4,869.65 


4,918.21 


Marmora 


403.84 


406.85 




Martintown 


104.49 


104.49 


Maxville 


1,972.80 


1,972.80 




Norwood 


978.16 


985.80 


Oshawa 








Perth 


3,555.48 

21,576.55 

2,496.01 

1,398.21 

424.48 

4,186.03 
700 81 

1,380 48 
205.65 
162.31 






3,555.48 


Peterboro 






21,748.33 








• 2,519.26 


Prescott 






1,398.21 








424.48 








4,186.03 


Warkworth 






707.16 








1,391.59 


Whitby 






208.35 








162.31 


Winchester 


661.50 


661.50 




Rural Power Districts 
Apple Hill R.P.D.— Kenyon anc 


420.30 
4,984.90 




Belleville R.P.D.— Sidney anc 








Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darling 


22.65 







Brockville R.P.D.— Elizabeth 


857. St 






Campbellford R.P.D.— Rawdei 


28.42 















930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



22 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjust 
Credited or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied 
standing as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1929 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 



Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14.47 


$' c. 
343.11 


$ c. 


$ c. 
328.64 


$ c. 


0.53 


222.99 


222 46 






455.34 

3,702.63 

267.33 

988.12 
10,319.35 


455.34 
3,702.63* 












9 18 






267.33 

1,043.08 

10,341.46 

241.44 

712.18 

1,837.65 

2,222.39 
466.03 
801.24 




54 96 








22 11 








6 81 




234.63 

715.47 

1,837.65 

2,192.26 
466.03 
791.26 

227.55 








3.29 






25.17 
30 13 












20.11 
9.98 














340.88 




8,436.47 


48.56 


296.82 




296 82 


3.01 


146.63 
206.45 


146.63 
208.03 




1.58 






62.83 


309.75 


372.58 


7 64 


706.03 
954.48 

9,775.09 

12,726.04 

1,421.25 

1,203.03 

488.71 

15,676.74 

308.76 

754.22 

1,317.66 

533.06 

333.73 

766.54 

2,368.24 

108.68 


706.03 
954.48 

9,819.51 

12,726.04 

1,421.25 

1,224.18 

493.27 

15,718.49 

308.76 

754.22 

1,317.66 

535.11 

326.63 

1,203.65 

7,552.54 
85.0? 












44 42 








171 78 








23 25 








21 15 








4 56 








41.75 
6.35 

11.11 
2 70 












1 














2 05 










7.10 






16 81 






199 40 










0.91 






34 31 


1,910. 3C 

223.87 


1,018.13 




1.14 


t 





253.43 











222 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

ments made and interest added during the year — also the net amount 

in the year ending October 31, 1929; and the accumulated amount 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge 
at October 31, 1928 



Credit 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Charge Credited Charged 



Chesterville R.P.D.-Winchester, 
Finch, Russell and Osnabruck 
twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.-Alnwick.Hamil- 
ton and Haldimand twps 

Colborne R.P.D.— Haldimand 
twp 

Kington R.P.D. — Ernestown, 
Kingston, Loughboro and Pitts- 
burg twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp.. . . 

MartintownR.P.D — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Kenyon twp. . 

Napanee R.P.D. — Richmond twp. 

Newcastle R.P.D.— Clarke, Dar- 
lington and Manvers twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel and 
Seymour twps 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, 
Pickering, East Whitby and 
Whitby twps 

Peterboro R.P.D.— Douro, North 
Monaghan, Otonabee and Smith 
twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering and 
Whitby twps 

Port Hope R.P.D.— Hope twp. . . 

Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta and 
Edwardsburg twps 

Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Crosby 
South, Bastard and Burgess S., 
Yonge and Escott Rear, and 
Montague twps 

Trenton R.P.D. — Murray and 
Sidney twps 

Warkworth R.P.D. — Percy twp.. 

Wellington R.P.D.— Amelias- 
burg, Hallowell and Hillier twps. 

Williamsburg R.P.D.— Williams- 
burg twp , 

North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris 
twp 



Nov., 1921 
Feb., 1927 
Aug., 1925 



Jan., 1923 
July, 1928 



Jan., 1922 
Dec, 1927 
Nov., 1927 

Sept., 1927 

Jan., 1929 



April, 1918 



Jan., 1927 

Jan., 1926 

Aug., 1927 

June, 1922 



May, 1929 

Jan., 1924 
Nov., 1928 

Nov., 1925 

Feb., 1923 

June, 1927 



796.76 

645.63 

1,204.86 

635.98 



14,029.68 

5,453.92 
2,987.34 



699 94 



136.74 



985.71 



90,944.25 



21.48 



2,352.56 

19.55 

115.99 

147.06 



37.51 
877.28 



115.91 



17,135.67 



5,077.09 



53.24 



30.61 



57,514.33 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928; the cash receipts and payments, thereon adjust- 
Credited or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied 
standing as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or 

charged in respect of power 

supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
30.10 


$ c. 


$' c. 
2,522.05 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,295.67 

204.87 

1,919.14 

248.62 


$ c. 


25.83 




466.59 




48.19 




666.09 




25.44 




412.80 






0.86 

94.62 
0.78 
4.64 

5.88 


8.26 
1,755.82 


14.08 








721.97 




139.97 
12.18 




160.30 








132.81 




479.00 
8.89 

1,115.21 

3,641.56 

2,834.47 
478.47 


326.06 
8.89 

15,706.07 

9,313.64 

5,941.30 
439.46 










561.18 






218.16 








119.49 








1.50 
35.09 








500.64 
662. 29 


1,413.01 






662.29 


28.00 




697.60 
28.96 

115.62 


1,425.54 
28.96 

257.83 












5.47 










4.64 


29. 2( 


149.81 


39.4^ 


1,007.33 


2,032.47 












1,917.65 


581.64 


87,695.40 


5,187.4( 


) 119,069.49 


13,854.16 



224 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928: 

Central Ontario system $2,502,902 .31 

St. Lawrence system 234,020 .53 

Rideau system 120,874.66 

$2,857,797 .50 

Expenditures to October 31, 1928: 

Central Ontario system $365,759.51 

St. Lawrence system 25,128.23 

Rideau system 2,551 .86 

393,439.60 

$2,464,357.90 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1928 — 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts 

as part of the cost of power delivered to them $75,023 .71 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power 

within rural power districts 13,205 .79 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of con- 
tracts with private companies, which purchased power, 
and local distribution systems 104,404 . 19 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of Camp- 

bellford Pulp Mill 1,051 .20 

Reserve provided in respect of equipment transferred 1,163 .00 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 85,733 .05 

280,580.94 

$2,744,938.84 



Deduct : 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 $22,619.63 

Accumulated reserves for renewals in respect of local distribution 

systems sold to municipalities during the year 320,502 . 12 

343,121.75 



Balance carried forward, October 31, 1929 $2,401,817 .09 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 225 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for Obsolescence and Contingencies to October 31, 1928: 

Central Ontario system $575,337 .05 

St. Lawrence system 82,208 .43 

Rideau system 86,345 . 64 

$743,891.12 
Additional provision by appropriating surpluses in Central 

Ontario system, October 31, 1928 19,842 .09 

$763,733.21 

Deduct : 

Appropriation to reduce the investment in undeveloped water 
power sites, local distribution systems, Bruton limits, 
Bancroft barking mill, Trenton and Napanee water works 
debentures and North Bay stand-by station 362,457 .04 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1928 $401,276 .17 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $110,446 .42 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 4,247 .96 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies, which purchased power, and local 

distribution system 144,254 .80 

Net profit from contracts with sundry power customers and from 

local distribution systems 148,980 .44 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 17,253.70 

425,183.32 

$826,459.49 

Deduct : 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 $52,795 .46 

Appropriation to reduce investment in Napanee steam plant 

and Crow River storage 26,705 .04 

79,500.50 

Balance brought forward, October 31, 1929 $746,958 .99 



8 H.E 



226 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM SINKING FUND 

Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Rural Power District 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1929 



Amount 



Alexandria 

Apple Hill.... 

Athens 

Belleville 

Bloomfield. . . . 

Brockville. . . . 
Carleton Place 
Chesterville . . . 

Finch 

Havelock 

Kemptville. . . 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lindsay 

Marmora 

Martintown . . 

Maxville 

Norwood 

Oshawa 

Perth 

Peterboro. . . . 

Picton 

Prescott 

Russell 

Smiths Fails. . 
Warkworth . . . 
Wellington . . . 

Whitby 

Williamsburg . 

Winchester. . . 



5 years 

5 « 

1 " 

1 " 

1 " 

9 " 

5 " 

10 " 

2 " 
1 " 

5 " 

1 " 

5 " 

5 " 

1 " 

1 " 

5 " 

5 " 

1 " 

1 " 

5 " 
1 " 
1 " 

10 " 

4 " 

6 " 
1 " 
1 " 
1 " 
9 " 

10 " 



$ c. 
10,174.70 
944.92 
491.09 
9,050.24 
634.25 

52,189.00 

20,955.41 

11,502.44 

608.92 

1,456.46 

4,881.14 
1,038.07 
1,589.45 
2,201.05 
8,178.65 

505.39 

564.75 

2,832.95 

669.82 

40,904.79 



17,232.36 
29,989.22 

4,512.57 
13,424.53 

1,331.82 

27,944.06 

317.09 

800.51 

4,839.24 

1,219.84 

6,307.48 



Apple Hill R.P.D.— Kenyon and 
Roxborough twps 

Belleville R.P.D.— Sidney and 
Thurlow twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darlington 
twp 

Brockville R.P.D.— Elizabethtown, 
Augusta, Yonge and Escott Rear 
twps 

Campbellford R.P.D.— Rawden 
and Seymour twps 



Chesterville R.P.D. — Winchester, 
Finch, Russell and Osnabruck 



twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Alnwich, Hamil- 
ton and Haldimand twps 

Colborne R.P.D. — Haldimand twp. 

Kingston R.P.D. — Ernestown, 
Kingston, Loughboro and Pitts- 
burg twps 

Lakefield R.P.D.— Smith twp 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Kenyon twp. .. . 

Napanee R.P.D. — Richmond twp. . 

Newcastle R.P.D.— Clarke, Dar- 
lington and Manvers twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel and 
Seymour twps 



Oshawa R.P.D.— Darlington, 
Pickering, East Whitby and 
Whitby twps 

Peterboro R.P.D. — Douro, North 
Monaghan, Otonabee and Smith 
twps 

Pickering R.P.D. — Pickering and 
Whitby twps 

Port Hope R.P.D.— Hope twp.. . 

Prescott R.P.D. — Augusta and 
Edwardsburg twps 



Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Crosby 
South, Bastard and Burgess S 
Yonge and Escott Rear and Mon- 
tague twps 

Trenton R.P.D. — Murray and 
Sidney twps 

Warkworth R.P.D.— Percy twp. 

Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg, 
Hallowell and Hillier twps 

Williamsburg R.P.D.— Williams 
burg twp 



5 years 
1 " 
1 " 



$ c. 

684.64 

969.29 

33.17 

2,525.77 
356.30 

1,786.91 

964.75 

327.57 

417.64 
4.58 

2,047.80 

14.84 
35.73 

115.59 

31.26 

2,405.79 



2,371.56 

652.99 
204.51 

2,589.05 



156.17 

60.13 
6.94 

101.76 

110.79 

298,267.74 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 227 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1928 $142,596.65 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to municipali- 
ties and rural power districts $69,513 .92 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 3 ,470 . 08 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power and local distribution systems 76,983 .22 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 5,703 . 87 

155,671.09 

$298,267.74 



MADAWASKA PROPERTIES 

Operating Account for the Five Months Ending October 31, 1929 (including Operations 
of the Galetta Electric Power and Milling Co. Limited) 



Cost of Operation 

Cost of operating and maintaining Generating plants, transmission lines, stations, 
rural lines and distribution systems, including rentals of water powers and the 
proportion of administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the 
properties $25,769.41 

Interest on bonds, etc $1,738 .47 

Less Interest received on Investments 927 .46 



811. or 

Net Operating Surplus for the five months carried to Appropriation Account 16,524 . 15 ; 

$43,104.57 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold to private companies $8,397 .00 

Light and power sold to consumers on the two Distribution Svstems and on the rural 

lines 34,497 .61 

Net Profit on sale of equipment and supplies, etc 209 .96 

$43,104.57 



Appropriation Account 

Amount paid to the Commission on account of interest on the investment in the 

properties $16,524.15 

Net Operating Surplus for the five months ending October 31, 1929 $16,524.15 



Note. — For statement of Assets and Liabilities, Madawaska Properties, see page 238. 



228 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



OTTAWA 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $246,231 .96 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the 
system: 

Transmission equipment $2,450 .11 

Rural power district 7,523 .21 

9,973.32 

Interest on capital investment in: 

Transmission equipment $910 . 72 

Rural power district 3,988 . 34 

4,899.06 

Provision for renewal of: 

Transmission equipment $381 .52 

Rural power district 3,114.38 

3,495.90 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Transmission equipment $58 .37 

Rural power district 1,557.19 

1,615.56 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities and Nepean rural power district $200 .87 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

Nepean rural power district 862 .62 

1,063.49 

$267,279.29 



OTTAWA 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such 

ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 





Interim rates 
per horse- 
power 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 
capital cost 
of system 
on which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horsepower 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 

power 

purchased 


Share of 


Municipality 


Operating 
maintenance 

and 

administrative 

expenses 


Ottawa 


$ c. 


$ c. 

964.71 

11,534.65 

8,035.95 


$ c. 

20,630.2 

34.1 

301.5 


$ c. 

239,182.72 

716.94 

6,332.30 


$ c. 
1,634.50 


Richmond 


84.50 


362.59 


Rural Power District 

Nepean R.P.D. — Nepean, 
Goulburn, Gower N. f Glou- 
cester and Osgood twps. . . 


453.02 








Totals — Municipalities 




12,499.36 
8,035.95 

20,535.31 
430,951.80 


20,664.3 
301.5 


239,899.66 
6,332.30 


1,997.09 


Totals — Rural power district 




453.02 








Non-operating capital 












Grand totals 




451,487.11 


20,965.8 


246,231.96 


2,450.11 









1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1929 



Revenue for period 



Collected from municipalities . . . $243,777 .52 

Collected from customers in Nepean rural power district 26,928.28 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from municipality of Richmond in excess of 

the sum required to be paid for power supplied in the year $860.24 

Amounts collected from customers in Nepean rural power 

district in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 2,566 .27 



$270,705.80 



3,426.51 



Revenue $267,279.29 



$267,279.29 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
cost; and the amount remaining to be credited to each Municipality upon 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



operating costs and fixed charges 


Total cost of 
power for year as 
provided to be 
paid under Power 
Commission Act 


Amounts paid to 

the Commission 

by each 

municipality 


Amounts remain- 
ing to be credited 


Interest 


Renewals 


Obsolescence 

and 
contingencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to each municipal- 
ity upon ascertain- 
ment of the actual 
cost of power by- 
annual adjustment 




Credited 


$ c. 
45.91 


$ c. 

19.29 

230.73 

131.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 

10.16 

121.48 

69.23 


$ c. 

240,892.58 

2,024.70 

7,316.27 


$ c. 

240,892.58 

2,884.94 

7,316.27 


$ c. 


561.58 
303.23 


31.38 
26.99 


860.24 


607.49 
303.23 


250.02 
131.50 


31.38 
26.99 


131.64 
69.23 


242,917.28 
7,316.27 


243,777.52 
7,316.27 


860.24 


910.72 


381.52 


58.37 


200.87 


250,233.55 


251,093.79 





230 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



OTTAWA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within Nepean rural power 
remaining to be credited to this district upon ascertainment (by annual 





Total capital cost of this district, 
provincial government grant received 


Distribution 


Rural power district and 

municipalities comprised 

therein 


and applied thereagainst, and the 

balance representing the investment 

by the Commission 


Cost of power 
delivered to 
this district 
as shown on 

"cost of 

power"table 

preceding 


Cost of 

operation 

maintenance 




Total 
capital cost 


Government 
grant 


Commission's 
investment 


and 
administra- 
tion 


Nepean R.P.D.-Nepean, 

Goulburn, Gower N., 
Gloucester and Osgood 
twps 


$ c. 

*159,550.99 

1,872.23 


$ c. 
75,715.93 


$ c. 

83,835.06 
1,872.23 


$ c. 
7,316.27 


$ c. 
7,523.21 


Non-operating capital . . . 












161,423.22 


75,715.93 


85,707.29 


7,316.27 


7,523.21 



^Includes portion of transmission used for purposes of rural power district. 



OTTAWA 

Statement showing the net credit to each municipality in respect of power supplied 
to each Municipality in respect of power supplied during year ending 

to each Municipality at 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit at 
October 31, 1928 


Adjustments and 
payments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charged 


Ottawa 


Jan., 1914 
Aug., 1928 

Feb., 1922 


$ c. 
206.59 

3,034.19 


$ c. 


Richmond 


206.59 


Rural Power District 

Nepean R.P.D. — Nepean, Goulburn, 
Gower N., Gloucester and Osgood twps. 


3,581.48 


Totals 




3,240.78 


3,788.07 


3 





930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



RURAL POWER DISTRICT 



RURAL OPERATING 



district; the revenue collected from customers within this district; and the amount 
adjustment) of the actual costs in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue from 

power and light 

customers in 

each district 


Amount 


Interest 
on capital 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsolescence 

and 
contingencies 


Sinking 
fund 


remaining 

to be credited 

to Nepean rural 

power district 


investment 


Credited 


$ c. 
3,988.34 


$ c. 
3,114.28 


$ c. 
1,557.19 


$ c. 
862.62 


$ c. 
24,362.01 


$ c. 
26,928.28 


$ c. 
2,566.27 
















3,988.34. 


3,114.38 


1,557.19 


862.62 


24,362.01 


26,928.28 


2,566.27 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



to it to October 31, 1928; interest added during the year; also the net amount credited 
October 31, 1929, and the accumulated amount standing as a credit 
October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited in respect of 

power supplied in the year ending 

October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit on October 31, 1929 


Credit 


Credited 


Credit 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


2.58 
119.80 


860.24 
2,566.27 


862.82 
2,138.78 


122.38 


3,426.51 


3,001.60 



232 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

OTTAWA SYSTEM 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928 $9,931 . 23 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1928 699 . 10 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $9,232 . 13 



Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amount charged to the municipalities and Nepean rural power 

district as part of the cost of power delivered to them $381 .52 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power to con- 
sumers within the Nepean rural power district 3,114.38 

Interest at 4%. per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 369.29 

3,865.19 

$13,097.32 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 22 . 17 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929— $13,075.15 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies October 31, 1929 

Total provision for contingencies to October 31, 1928 $2,335 . 18 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities of Richmond and Nepean 
rural power district as part of the cost of power delivered 
to them . ... $58.37 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power to con- 
sumers within the Nepean rural power district 1,557 . 19 

Additional provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect 

of Nepean rural power district 3,503.99 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 93 . 41 

5,212.96 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $7,548.14 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



OTTAWA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cose of power delivered thereto, together with the 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1929 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1929 


Amount 


Ottawa 


14 years 
2 " 

8 " 


$ c. 
189.21 


Richmond -. 


136.35 


Rural Power District 

Nepean R.P.D. — Nepean, Goulburn, Gower N., Glou- 
cester and Osgoode twps 


3,785.32 






Total 




4,110.88 









OTTAWA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund October 31, 1929 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1928: $2,930 . 18 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power district $200 . 87 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 862 . 62 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 117.21 

1,180.70 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $4,110.88 



234 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



THUNDER BAY 
Operating Account for the Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission act 
Power purchased $3,161 .50 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transformer stations and 
transmission lines, including the proportion of administrative expenses charge- 
able to the operation of the system 191,903 .99 

Interest on capital investment 662,675.66 

Provision for renewal of generating plants, transformer stations and transmission 

lines 109,200 .41 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies 332,981 . 76 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities . $97,290 . 79 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 35,052 .30 

132,343.09 

$1,432,266.41 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost: 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual 





Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 
capital cost 
of system 
on which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 


Average 
horsepower 
supplied in 
year after 
correction 
for power 
factor 


Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 


Share of operating 


Municipality 


Operation, 
maintenance 
and adminis- 
trative 
expenses 


Interest 


Fort William. 
Nipigon twp. 
Port Arthur. . 


$ c. 

21.00 plus 
certain transforma- 
tion charges 
40.00 
21.00 plus 
certain transforma- 
tion charges 


$ c. 

1,881,110.07 

10,324.36 

7,348,122.30 


9,718.9 

57.0 

38,659.3 


$ c. 

461.29 

2.70 

1,834.88 


$ c. 

28,825.68 

436.43 

115,087.33 


$ c. 

99,008 . 10 

544.27 

387,052.86 


Totals — Muni 
Totals — Comj 

Non-operating 
Gran 


cipalities 


9,239,556.73 
3,328,763.29 


48,435.2 
18,174.9 


2,298.87 
862.63 


144,349.44 
47,554.55 


486,605.23 


Danies 


176,070.43 


j capital . .' 




12,568,320.02 
2,757,090.98 




d totals 




15,325,411.00 


66,610.1 


3,161.50 


191,903.99 


662,675.66 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



235 



SYSTEM 

ending October 31, 1929 

Refenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $1,076,567.06 

Power sold to private companies 377,513 .60 

$1,454,080.66 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the sum required to 

be paid by them for power supplied in the period 21,814.25 

Revenue $1,432,266.41 



$1,432,266.41 



SYSTEM 



COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
cost of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1929 



costs and fixed charges 


Sinking 
fund 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided 

to be paid 

under Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
paid to the 
Commission 
by each 
munici- 
pality 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 


Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


to each municipality 

upon ascertainment 

of the actual cost of 

power by annual 

adjustment 




Credited 1 Charged 


$ c. 
16,651.42 


$ c. 

48,840.45 

285.20 

193,602.59 


$ c. 

19,807.74 

108.72 

77,374.33 


$ c. 

104.69 

0.61 

416.43 


$ c. 

213,699.37 

1,466.71 

839,586.73 


$ c. 

219,175.09 

2,281.03 

855,110.94 


$ c. 

5,475.72 

814.32 

15,524.21 


$ c. 


88.78 




64,218.31 








80,958.51 


242,728.24 
90,253.52 


97,290.79 
35,052.30 


521.73 

(521.73) 


1,054,752.81 
377,513.60 


1,076,567.06 
377,513.60 


21,814.25 




28,241.90 










109,200.41 


332,981.76 


132,343.09 




1,432,266.41 


1,454,080.66 













236 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net credit or charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

merits made and interest added during the year; also the net amount credited 

ing October 31, 1929 and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1928 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account of 
such credits and charges 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Fort William 


Oct., 1926 
Jan., 1925 
Dec, 1910 


$ c. 

1,065.37 

578.04 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,065.37 


Nipigon twp 






578.04 


Port Arthur 


1,237.71 


1,237.71 








Totals 


1,643.41 


1,237.71 


1,237.71 


1,643.41 









THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928 $507,932 .33 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1928 1,954.42 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $505,977.91 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them. $80,958.51 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 28,24 i .90 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 20,239.12 

129,439.53 

$635,417.44 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 170 .58 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $635,246 .86 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other Sinking Funds, provided out of 

other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1929 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1929 


Amount 


Fort William 


3 years 
3 " 
3 " 


$ c. 

88,294.17 


Nipigon township 


478.79 


Port Arthur 


321,016.92 










$409,789 88 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



237 



SYSTEM 



CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1928, the cash receipts and payments thereon, and adjust- 
or charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year end- 
as a credit or charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1929 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited in respect 

of power supplied in the year 

ending October 31, 1929 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit on October 31, 

1929 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Credit 


$ c. 

18.50 
9.23 


$ c. 

'i9*.94 


$ c. 

5,475.72 

814.32 

15,524.21 


$ c. 

5,494.22 

823.55 

15,504.27 


27.73 


19.94 


21,814.25 


21,822.04 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, October 31, 1929 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $181,251 .96 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them. $242,728 .24 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 90,253 .52 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 7,250.08 

340,231.84 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $521,483 .80 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1928 $266,775 .76 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to muni- 
cipalities $97,290 . 79 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power 35,052 .30 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 10,671 .03 

143,014.12 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $409,789.88 



238 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 
Account with the Provincial Treasurer 

NIAGARA AND 

November 1, 1928: 

Amount reassumed by the Province in respect of Bruton township limits $300,000 . 00 

May 31, 1929: 

Repayment to the Province of its investment in the Peterboro distributing 
system following the sale on November 1, 1928, of such distribution 
system to the city of Peterboro 470,938 . 16 

October 31, 1929: 

Cash returned to the Province in the year ending October 31, 1929, to cover 
the difference between the advances by the Province to the Commission 
and the capital expenditures made out of such advances by the Commis- 
sion in the year ending October 31, 1928 515,798.23 

April 30, 1929: 

Paid on account of interest $4,017,912.54 

October 31, 1929: 

Cheque to cover balance of interest for year ending October 31, 

1928 4,182,685.21 

8,200,597.75 

October 31, 1929: 

Payment under debt retirement plan 1,499,509. 61 

October 31, 1929: 

Balance carried down .- 164,522,310.62 



$175,509,154.37 



MADAWASKA PROPERTIES 
(Including the Assets and Liabilities of the Galetta 

Assets 

Real Estate, Water rights, buildings, plant, equipment, etc '. . . .$1,872,573.78 

Investments — at market value $36,617 .50 

Interest accrued thereon 516.25 

37,133.75 

Inventories: 

Stores $6,474.93 

Tools 878.37 

Utility Equipment 1,237 .30 

Office Furniture 1-071 .00 

9,661.60 

Accounts Receivable: 

Power and Light accounts $18,931 .26 

Supply and other accounts 940 . 79 

$19,872.05 

Less: Reserve for Bad and Doubtful accounts 5,305 .37 

14,566.68 

Cash in Bank 1,423 .80 

$1,935,359.61 
Note. — For Operating Account, Madawaska Properties, see page 227. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWERTCOMMISSION 239 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

for the Year ending October 31, 1929 

OTHER SYSTEMS 

October 31, 1928: 

Cash advances to date, Niagara and other systems $145,030,680.86 

Cash advances to date, Central Ontario and Nipissing 

systems 15,473,235.21 

$160,503,916.07 
Less repayments to that date under debt retirement plan . . 7,568,096.45 

$152,935,819.62 

November 1, 1928, to October 31, 1929: 

Sundry cash advances . 14,372*737.00 

October 31, 1929: 

Interest for year on all cash advances $8,576,155 .46 

Less — Interest credited by Province on repayments made 

by Commission 375,557 . 71 

8,200,597.75 

$175,509,154.37 

November 1, 1929: 

Total cash advances $173,589,916.68 

Less — Payments made under debt retirement plan 9,067,606.06 

$164,522,310.62 



AND OTHER ASSETS 

Electric Power & Milling Co. Limited) as at October 31, 1929 

Liabilities 

Investment, by the Commission $1,864,647 .32 

Less Current account 9,817 .88 

$1,854,829 .44 

First Mortgage 6% Bonds due February 1, 1930 $64,100 .00 

Interest accrued thereon * 1,129.50 

65,229.50 

Current and Accrued Liabilities: 

Accounts payable $374 . 38 

Dividends unpaid 9 . 00 

Accrued charges and taxes 11 ,626 . 46 

Reserve for Income Taxes 2,400 .00 

Reserve for unvouchered Accounts Payable 310 .83 

Reserve for retirement of 29 shares of capital stock outstanding 

out of a total of 9,705 shares • , .• 580 .00 

15,300.67 

$1,935,359.61 



240 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year Ending October 31, 1929 

Expenditure 

Transportation expenses $358,361 .51 

Maintenance — way and structures 67,496. 57 

Maintenance — equipment 132,823 . 88 

Power 119,013.49 

Rental of motor buses 93,377 02 

General operating and management expenses 68,492 41 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway 25,369.62 

Taxes 5,390. 75 

Insurance — fire and liability 62,974.89 

Written off valuation and other expenses re purchase of the railway 

by the Commission 1,779.54 

Total operating expenses $935,079 . 68 

Interest 261,490.61 

Net surplus for the year before making provision for renewal of road 

and equipment 44,471 . 50 

$1,241,041.79 

Revenue 

Passenger $1,191,768. 11 

Freight and express 25,747 . 98 

Miscellaneous 23,525 . 70 

Total revenue $1,241,041 . 79 



Appropriation Account 

Debit balance brought forward from October 31, 1928 $5,884. 96 

Balance set aside as a provision for renewal of road and equipment 38,586. 54 

$44,471.50 

Net surplus for the year ending October 31, 1929, before making provision for 

renewal of road and equipment $44,471 . 50 

$44,471.50 

Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1928 $204,025 . 63 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1928 131,783.35 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1928 $72,242.28 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By appropriation for the year $38,586 . 54 

Interest at 4 per cent, on the monthly balances to the credit of 

the account 2,921 . 01 

41,507.55 

$113,749.83 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 60,064. 19 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1929 $53,685 . 64 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 241 

GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Operating Account for the Year Ending October 31, 1929 

Expenditure 

Transportation expense $25,706 . 28 

Maintenance — way and structures 8,353 . 94 

Maintenance — equipment 18,811.01 

Electric power and motor fuel 11,777.29 

Rental of motor buses 151 . 60 

General operating and management expenses 8,371 .36 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 

sion chargeable to the operation of the railway 2,543 . 89 

Insurance 4,160. 12 

Taxes 1,348. 28 

Written off valuation and other expenses, re purchase by the Com- 
mission 256 . 30 

$81,480.07 

Interest 14,515.47 

Provision for instalments payable to the city of Guelph on May 1, 

1929, and November 1, 1929, under purchase agreement: 

Interest for year $4,711 .03 

On account of principal 6,988 . 97 

11,700.00 

Provision for renewal of road and equipment 10,252 . 27 

$117,947.81 



Revenue 

Operating revenue $88, 145 . 33 

Net deficit for year after provision for instalments on account of principal and 

interest payable to the city of Guelph 29,802 . 48 

$117,947.81 



Reserve for Renewals, October 31, 1929 

Total provision for renewals to October 31st, 1928 $29,970. 09 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31st, 1928 1,611.62 

Balance brought forward Octobef 31, 1928 $28,358 . 47 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1929: 

By appropriation for the year $10,252 . 27 

Interest at 4 per cent, on the monthly balances to the credit of 

the account 1,122.11 

11,374.38 

$39,732.85 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1929 7,158.77 

$32,574.08 



242 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



APPROPRIATIONS, ADVANCES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 
For the year ended October 31, 1929 



Appropriations made by the Legislature for the purposes of the Commission, Cash 

Advances by the Province to the Commission on account of such appropriations, 

and the Capital Expenditures made on each Undertaking and System by 

the Commission out of such Cash Advances in the Year Ending 

October 31, 1929 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Appropriations by the Legislature and by special warrant: 

For power developments $2,515,000.00 

For transmission lines, transformer stations and rural distri- 
bution systems 5,214,952 . 00 

For eastern transmission lines and stations 3,679,745.00 

$11,409,697.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $7,538,856 . 00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to Province 819,314.48 

$6,719,541.52 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: ♦ 

On Queenston-Chippawa development $542,562.66 

On right-of-way 96,807 . 69 

On steel-tower lines 1,597,975.03 

On wood-pole lines 1 17,996 . 56 

On transformer stations 1,028,550.52 

On eastern lines 1,394,296. 11 

On eastern stations .*. . . 1,279,053 . 36 

On rural power districts 667,805 . 49 

$6,725,047.42 
On Ontario Power generating plant: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures $5,357.90 

On Toronto Power generating plant: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 148.00 

5,505.90 

$6,719,541 . 52 



Note. — Toronto Power generating plant account was reduced by: 
Compensation paid by Toronto Terminal Railway Com- 
pany on expropriation of Scott Street (Toronto) 
steam plant and site $709,406.00 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 243 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $943,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $733,536 . 00 

Expended out of renewal and other reserve funds of the system 30,158.93 

$763,694.93 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $429,213.50 

On transmission lines 148,227 . 63 

On transformer stations 47,894 . 63 

On rural power districts 80,664. 82 

On local distributing systems 57,694.35 

$763,694.93 



ST. LAWRENCE AND OTTAWA SYSTEMS AND 
EASTERN ONTARIO TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT* 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $1,174,950.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $773,385 . 00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to the Province 23,040.55 

$750,344.45 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 
St. Lawrence system : 

On transformer stations $22,377 .01 

On rural power districts 59,916 . 23 

$82,293.24 
On transmission lines; 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 42.97 

$82,250.27 

Ottawa system : 

On power sites $319,102.54 

On transformer stations 3,635 . 85 

On rural power districts 13,133 . 28 

$335,871.67 
On transmission lines: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 8.80 

335,862.87 

Eastern Ontario Transmission Equipment: 

On transmission lines $142,05 1 . 80 

On transformer stations 190,638.42 

$332,690.22 
On power development: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 458.91 

332,231.31 

750,344.45 



*Now incorporated in Eastern Ontario System. 



244 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

RIDEAU SYSTEM* 

Appropriations by special warrant $78,000. 00 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriation $78,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 3 1 , 1929, returnable to the Province 30,970 . 69 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On transmission lines $1,424.34 

On transformer stations 22,629 . 07 

On rural power districts 33,207 . 87 

On power development $57,261 . 28 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 10,231 .97 

*Now incorporated in Eastern Onta io System. 



$47,029.31 



$47,029.31 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $1,275,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $983,760.00 

Expended out of renewal and other reserve funds of the system 8,713. 77 

$992,473.77 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $839,428.42 

On transmission lines 155,41 1 . 72 

$994,840.14 
On transformer stations: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 2,366.37 

992,473.77 



CENTRAL ONTARIO AND NIPISSING SYSTEMS* 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant: 

Central Ontario system $712,000.00 

Nipissing system 494,000.00 

$1,206,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $800,000.00 

Cash made available by charging against revenue a portion of the 

expenditure in Crow River storage 21,996. 78 

$821,996.78 
Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to the Province 216,987. 65 

$605,009.13 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development (Central Ontario system) $60,557.80 

On transmission lines (Central Ontario system) 27,143 . 65 

On transformer stations (Central Ontario system) 33,783 . 99 

On local utilities (Central Ontario system) 23,447. 60 

On rural power districts (Central Ontario system) 93,512.52 

On power developments (Nipissing system) 326,600. 93 

On transmission lines (Nipissing system) 9,635 . 10 

On transformer stations (Nipissing system) 10,257 . 98 

On local utilities (Nipissing system) 17,935 . 62 

On rural power districts (Nipissing system) 2,073 . 94 

$605,009.13 

*Now incorporated in Eastern Ontario System. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 245 



MADAWASKA SYSTEM 

Appropriation by special warrant $1,866,000.00 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriation $1,866,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to the Province 1,352 . 68 

1,864,647.32 

Capital expenditures by the Commission: 

On the taking over from M. J. O'Brien, Limited, of their interests 
including waterpower rights and developments, together 
with stations lines and distribution systems connected 

thereto on the Madawaska and Mississippi rivers $1,864,347.07 

On extensions and betterments to the system to October 31, 1929 300. 25 

$1,864,647.32 



WAHNAPITAE AND PATRICIA DISTRICTS 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $3,090,370.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $1,568,200.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to the Province 2,445 . 63 

$1,565,754.37 

Capital expenditures by the Commission: 

On power development (Ear Falls) $389,924.37 

On Wahnapitae Power Company (purchase of 3,793 shares of 

stock of the Wahnapitae Power Company) 1,175,830.00 

1,565,754.37 



ALGOMA DISTRICT 

Appropriations by Legislature $10,000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations Nil. 

Capital expenditures by the Commission Nil. 



MISCELLANEOUS 

Appropriation by Legislature $500,000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriation $31,000.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1929, returnable to the Province 3,200 . 45 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On administrative office building $22,500.00 

On service building equipment 5,299.55 



$27,799.55 



27,799.55 



246 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway 

Proceeds from sale of $250,000.00 par value of bonds issued for the 

purposes of the railway $246,250 . 00 

Less — Temporarily expended out of renewal and other reserve funds 

belonging to the railway 28,593 . 69 

$217,656.31 
Less — Cash in the hands of the Commission belonging to the railway 

as at October 31, 1929 62,325.65 

$155,330.66 

Capital expenditures by the Commission 155,330 . 66 



Guelph Radial Railway 

Expended out of renewal and other reserve funds belonging to the railway $6,366.02 

Capital expenditures by the Commission 6,366.02 



Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway 

Cash in the hands of the Commission on October 31, 1928, being the 

unexpended balance of borrowings, $500,000.00 $45,796.58 

Less — Cash in the hands of the Commission, belonging to the railway 

as at October 31, 1929 17,833 . 48 

$27,963.10 

Capital expenditures by the Commission 27,963 . 10 



Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway 

Expended out of the renewal and other reserve funds of the Commission $51,413.63 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC PUWER COMMISSION 



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930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 249 



SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 






And Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, and 
individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities in muni- 
cipalities owning their own distributing system and operating with energy 
supplied by or through the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these "Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, and 
the financial status at the present time. Other tables give much useful statistical 
information respecting average costs for the various classes of service and the 
rates in force. 

The books of account of the local electrical utilities in all municipalities 
which have contracted with the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for a supply of power are kept in accordance with a uniform accounting system 
designed by the Commission. During the year 1929, the uniform accounting 
system was installed in the following municipalities as each became ready for the 
service: Athens, Belleville, Oshawa and Trafalgar Township Zone No. 2. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all "Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities, much of the bookkeeping for the electrical 
utilities is performed by representatives of the Municipal Audit department of 
the Commission, in order to insure the employment of proper classifications of 
revenue and expenditures, to save time in preparation of reports, to insure com- 
pliance with all the requirements of the standard accounting system, and to 
make certain that the accounts represent as truly as possible the actual operating 
results for the year. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1912, and thus shows the march of progress. It com- 
bines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. It is 
worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 in 
1913 to $75,340,348.08 in 1929, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to 



250 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

$106,909,146.26. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion as 
the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to $48,095,707.63. The reason for this is 
that much of the cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of 
surplus and reserve accounts without increasing the liabilities of the various 
systems. By this procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. 
Examination of the results -will also show that there is a steady decline in the 
percentage of net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent, in 1913 to 
47.8 per cent, in 1929. The equity in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
system automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking fund as part of 
the cost of power is not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports for 
each year since "Hydro" service was inaugurated and combines the results from 
the local municipal utilities of all the systems. Study of this statement will show 
that the revenue has been increasing satisfactorily. The combined annual 
surplus, after providing for every cost of operation and fixed charges, including 
an adequate depreciation charge, amounted in 1929 to $2,401,375.96. 

The five statements, "A" to "E," following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal system and the results of operations, 
and also give information respecting revenue, number of consumers and consump- 
tion; cost of power to municipalities; power and lighting rates charged to con- 
sumers, etc. In the statements "A" and "B," the municipalities are arranged in 
groups under each system and alphabetically for the municipalities in each 
system; in statement "D" the municipalities are arranged in three groups — cities, 
towns and small municipalities; in statements "C" and "E" all municipalities are 
arranged alphabetically. 

Statement "A" shows balance sheets for each municipality with the plant 
value subdivided into the general natural subdivisions specified in the standard 
accounting system, and there are also shown the other items which make up the 
total assets. It is to be noted that among the assets there are items entitled 
"equity in Hydro system." These items represent the amount of accumulated 
sinking fund paid by the various municipalities through the medium of "power 
cost" toward the ultimate retirement of the capital invested by the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission on behalf of the partner municipalities. The total accumula- 
tion to the end of 1929 is shown on the consolidated balance sheet to be 
$14,754,865.40. 

During the year rebates were made in many municipalities in respect to 
surpluses standing to the credit of municipal street light and waterworks services, 
and to individual consumers, of amounts varying from one-sixth to one-fourth of 
the previous year's revenue. These rebates amounted in round figures to approxi- 
mately $340,000 and affected the cash balance and surplus in the current balance 
sheet accordingly, notwithstanding which material increases will be noted in 
both accounts when compared with the 1928 figures. 

In each case the balance sheet is complete and final, including either in 
"accounts receivable," or "accounts payable," the adjustments with the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of the differences between the estimated and the 
actual costs of power to the municipality. 

The liabilities of each local system are set out under their general sub- 
divisions, — debenture balance, accounts payable, bank overdraft, and other 






1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 251 

liabilities; this last account including local debentures issued by municipalities 
to finance ornamental street-lighting systems as local improvements. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission system, are also listed separately and totalled; and under 
the heading "surplus" are included not only the free operating profit but the 
accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also the amount 
of debentures already retired out of, revenue. 

The "depreciation reserve" now amounts to 18.38 per cent, of the total 
depreciable plant, while the "depreciation reserve" and "surplus" combined 
have already reached the sum of $42,621,201.97, approximating 56.57 per cent, 
of the total plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal 
electrical utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of consumers ; 
the items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure ; the amount 
of the annual surpluses and the sums set aside for depreciation. The population 
served by each local utility, and the number of consumers of each class, are also 
shown. 

The item "power purchased" includes the annual adjustment made by the 
Commission, and hence shows for the calendar year the actual cost to the muni- 
cipal electrical utility and not the cost at the interim billed rates. 

Of the 259 municipal electrical utilities included in this statement, 234 had 
revenue from consumers sufficient to meet all operating expenses and fixed 
charges and to yield an aggregate operating surplus of $2,420,741.67, for the 
year; 15 were able to defray all operating and fixed charges except depreciation, 
but failed to set aside the full theoretical amounts for that reserve by $10,306.13; 
only 10 had gross deficits in respect of operating expenses and fixed charges other 
than depreciation, aggregating $5,196.58. The net surplus for all "Hydro" 
utilities was $2,401,375.96 for the year. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates set by this Commission, the revenue for 1929, and the 
cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical 
energy to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It 
shows the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average 
monthly consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per kilowatt- 
hour both for domestic and for commercial light service in each municipality. 
For power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of consumers, 
the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility* and the average cost 
per horsepower per year. For further reference to this informative statement, 
consult the special introduction to it on page 000. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided 
for and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates 
to consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1929, for 
domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

"The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



252 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No."4 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834. 74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606. 64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838.18 


Substation equipment 


1,582,062 56 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


4,234,626.05 
928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 


1,309,628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701,182.66 
461,651.60 

1,184,372 86 






Total plant 


10,081,469.16 
450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873,347.77 


Bank and cash balance 


284,653.96 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in Hydro systems 


868,983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,801.11 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 




2,040,038.01 


Bank overdraft 


292,106.44 


Other liabilities 


37,388.31 






Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. system 








For depreciation . . 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 










Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466.22 


Local sinking fund 


868,983.78 


Additional operating surplus 


880,730.55 






Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 




m 

88 


88.3 


80.3 



Note. — In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in "Hydro" systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
reduced by amount of local sinking fund. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



253 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,080,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,448. 70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


$ c 

1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,114.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,430,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636. 12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 
341,855 88 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 

972,996.96 

1,663,298.05 


2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584 06 


342,215.87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


25,447.07 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


16,698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 








373,8rx.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584 06 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,788,645.03 












1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,299.09 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,157.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 



254 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year. 



1921 



1922 



1923 



Number of municipalities included 



215 



226 



235 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street lighting equipment — regular. . . . 
Street lighting equipment — ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



Total plant. 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in Hydro systems 

Other assets 



Total assets. 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance 

Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 

Other liabilities 



Total liabilities. 



Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. system. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



Total reserves. 



Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Additional operating surplus. 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . 
Percentage of net debt to total assets. . 



3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997. 13 

610,586. 70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 



31,565,854.60 



900,842.34 

556,608.53 

2,148,287.05 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,618.35 

795,570.51 

78,929.84 



40,111,979.23 



21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 



25,434,257.74 



800,249.05 
5,491,858.93 



6,292,107.98 



1,860,079.53 
2,541,618.35 
3,983,815.63 



8,385,613.51 



40,111,979.23 



64.7 



$ c. 

3,334,552.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 



42,706,840.87 



1,164,336.24 
443,938. 18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940. 13 



55,126,834.09 



30,454,186.12 

3,669,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 



35,196,388.35 



1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 



8,056,248.04 



3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 



11,874,197.70 



55,126,834.09 



63.3 



$ c. 

4,488,054. 93 

6,015,919.75 

13,135,581.76 

1,959,120.41 

4,211,655.89 

4,548,933.73 

1,061,473.85 

708,431.22 

3,681,274.88 

566,619.86 

8,051,496.28 



48,428,562.56 



1,276,140.06 
1,153,424.47 
3,198,769.34 
1,819,711.62 
3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 
190,071.63 



62,892,544.90 



33,056,501.29 

3,708,781.76 

680,814.59 

1,517,828.47 



38,963,826.11 



2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 



10,258,462.63 



2,852,038.38 
3,896,261.28 
6,921,956.50 



13,670,256.16 



62,892,544.90 



62.6 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



255 



BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


248 


247 


251 


252 


256 


260 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 
6,800,238.00 
14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 
5,149,629.71 
1,134,491.77 
728,298.08 
4,168,262.21 
4,196,803.45 
5,587,420.31 


$ c 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5,533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 


$ c 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


$ c 

6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 


$ c. 

7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 


$ c. 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 


53,839,097.93 

1,748,912.34 
1,329,622.58 
3,898,751.89 
1,745,628.16 
4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 
250,292.77 


56,904,902.27 

1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


65,522,255.85 

3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 


70,264,599.35 

1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


38,005,162.50 

3,117,224.08 

162,100.71 

1,780,564.27 


37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 


39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 


42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 


42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 


43,065,051.56 


42,360,355.58- 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


48,095,707.63 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 


10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 


12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 


14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 




13,518,402.26 


17,408,173.58 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


28,103,391.15 


3,530,610.35 
4,520,723.06 
8,118,809.08 


4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,074.73 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 


7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 


9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 


16,170,142.49 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


30,710,047.48 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


61.4 


57.2 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 


47.8 



256 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year. 



1912 



1913 



1914 



1915 



Number of municipalities included. 



28 



45 



69 



99 



Earnings 

Domestic service , 

Commercial light 

Commercial power 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



$ c 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 



$ c 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 



$ c. 

944,271.08 

720,209.26 

1,501,797.78 



560,925.56 



698,409.71 



53,543.24 



57,482.41 



835,970.87 
' 68,6Ao\29 



Total earnings . 



1,617,674.00 



2,617,439.51 



3,433,656.16 



4,070,295.28 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. . . 

Undistributed expense 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 



789,632.87 
78,394.81 
18,698.46 

104,114.51 

8,547.61 

5,222.19 

53,108.38 

84,903.76 
72,303.51 
77,351.76 

154,932.69 
65,423.64 

528,549.21 



1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 



1,485,614.72 

107,607.31 

25,935.56 

154,409.71 
11,508.92 
12,899.14 
47,494.26 

136,983.38 
74,402.55 
131,541.27 
236,777.86 
129,209.15 
817,978.89 



Total expenses . 



1,377,168.00 



2,041,183.40 



2,678,328.34 



3,371,414.00 



Surplus 

Depreciation charge. 



240,506.00 
124,992.47 



576,256.11 
262,675.24 



755,327.82 
357,883.31 



698,881.28 
414,506.99 



Surplus less depreciation , 



115,513.53 



313,580.87 



397,444.51 



284,374.29 



♦Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



257 



OPERATING REPORT 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


128 


143 


166 


181 


186 


$ c 

1,172,878.96 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


a* 

1,991,632.31 
1,175,143.56 
3,443,107.13 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 


930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


988,900.95 


1,005,535.11 
168,919.95 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


228,270.65 


189,778.63 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602.01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,563,880.17 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 

238,257.34 

60,805.92 

223,347.81 
30,488.83 
63,155.56 
65,149.59 

196,157.18 
64,962.78 
208,660.76 
421,680.15 
117,474.07 
1,238,425.53 

* 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 
77,789.22 
236,504.75 
452,131.22 
190,690.09 
1,285,571.51 

* 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 
78,294.85 
295,942.88 
559,695.29 
256,400.33 
1,431,807.16 

* 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 
718,162.30 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
902,028.75 


357,393.72 


385,367.80 


627,542.01 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 



•Debenture payments included in "Interest. 



9 H.E. 



258 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING 



Year 


1921 


1922 


1923 






Number of municipalities included 


205 


214 


224 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145,566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c. 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160,446.81 

105,877.09 

187,689.39 


$ c. 
5,166,452.24 


Commercial light 

Commercial power 


3,260,772.50 
5,927,666 37 


Municipal power 


1,161,598.60 


Street lighting 


1,269,604.48 


Rural service 


116,639.06 




316,311.21 






Total earnings 


10,981,942.30 


12,756,104.21 


17,219,044.46 






Expenses 

Power purchased. 

Substation operation 


4,876,650.31 

314,838.35 

. 104,798.01 

487,918.33 
65,088.46 
116,722.97 
134,854.92 
297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 
52,932.26 
107,806.88 
143,388.88 
297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 


8,699,026.67 
474,442.13 


Substation maintenance 


133,815.53 


Distribution system, operation and main- 
tenance 


636,477.41 


Line transformer maintenance 


75,920.10 


Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 


139,104.81 
218,682.02 
299,579.08 
184,371.00 


Street lighting, operation and maintenance 
Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting. 

General office, salaries and expenses. . . . 
Undistributed expense 


444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359,206.91 


Truck operation and maintenance. . 




Interest 


998,611.47 
532,183.96 


1,074,657.44 
635,469.90 


1,615,205.16 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


990,907.14 








9,317,781.00 


11,343,765.78 


15,208,508.35 






Surplus 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


2,010,536.11 


Depreciation charge 


916,782.75 






Surplus less depreciation 


619,726.45 


696,524.19 


1,093,753.36 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



REPORT— Concluded 



1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


241 


242 


248 


251 


255 


259 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 


5,993,231.07 


6,439,159.86 


7,372,602.62 


8,189,866.89 


8,925,050.56 


9,873,681.57 


3,566,227.22 


3,866,292.79 


4,187,899.19 


4,626,815.51 


5,182,723.32 


5,697,766.06 


6,222,865.88 


6,568,854.77 


6,789,217.54 


7,342,173.20 


8,298,669.44 


9,376,158.74 


1,352,966.47 


1,923,093.09 


1,922,512.34 


1,913,502.88 


1,921,300.97 


2,086,444.24 


1,356,668.97 


1,415,382.22 


1,457,686.21 


1,489,242.37 


1,534,476.98 


1,598,262.43 


75,100.24 


37,975.18 


37,810.73 


13,765.72 


48,451.90* 


*5 1,590. 54 


231,663.58 


286,451.08 


471,134.15 


581,913.04 


465,791.92 


522,780.95 


18,798,723.43 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 


26,376,465.09 


29,206,684.53 


9,669,789.40 


11,063,123.34 


12,185,669.10 


13,505,583.77 


14,688,570.08 


16,379,162.88 


430,056.09 


417,921.71 


450,416.84 


430,211.76 


420,512.48 


461,270.27 


202,050.04 


207,497.63 


286,520.37 


275,148.86 


247,647.88 


274,275.56 


648,700.62 


686,344.54 


795,514.70 


758,747.10 


736,159.85 


907,817.04 


82,936.50 


75,473.28 


74,876.11 


94,706.38 


88,676.18 


93,608.14 


141,231.23 


156,909.55 


189,603.70 


214,813.87 


218,530.96 


242,126.27 


237,316.20 


252,808.47 


275,020.62 


285,352.68 


291,333.03 


314,495.03 


269,973.30 


275,316.60 


295,869.37 


318,395.79 


329,597.16 


359,373.40 


202,060.74 


217,102.24 


234,696.74 


220,687.60 


249,842.01 


250,844.28 


490,273.30 


521,134.01 


557,271.54 


605,627.58 


638,797.02 


695,729.42 


889,907.66 


891,640.29 


786,742.60 


824,868.90 


844,578.55 


904,025.64 


494,078.50 


520,584.58 


460,288.30 


531,003.80 


542,755.34 


502,206.06 

110,630.62 

2,152,695.49 


1,779,991.26 


1,889,810.95 


1,985,233.73 


2,063,698.00 


2,111,049.49 


1,122,798.87 


1,294,027.29 


1,347,511.92 


1,505,626.31 


1,601,711.32 


1,687,201.64 


16,661,163.71 


18,469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472.40 


23,009,761.35 


25,335,461.74 


2,137,559.72 


2,067,514.51 


2,313,627.14 


2,522,807.21 


3,366,703.74 


3,871,222.79 


973,649.62 


1,068,880.42 


1,146,273.05 


1,249,711.65 


1,350,252.16 


1,469,846.83 


1,163,910.10 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 


2,016,451.58 


2,401,375.96 



*Profits from the sale of merchandise. There is no rural revenue now. 



260 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,973 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

521 


Alvinston 
635 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,017 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,847.39 

18,709.99 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
133.56 


$ c 


Substation equipment 






932 00 


Distribution system — overhead. . .* 
Distribution system — underground 


8,175.28 


8,118.55 


13,977.12 


29,030.31 


Line transformers 


13,404.53 
9,029.71 
1,433.37 


2,646.25 

2,086.16 

705.99 


3,085.95 

2,551.07 

404.09 


2,895.48 
2,917.38 
1,090.62 


12,806.46 

15,025.53 

812.44 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,140.67 




503.36 


758.68 


1,321 13 






Old plant 


3,481.50 






773.85 












Total plant 


52,592.61 

1,628.41 
1,500.00 
2,238.41 
1,099.09 


13,613.68 

730.33 

1,000.00 

526.16 


14,663.02 

1,882.81 

3,000.00 

271.53 


22,546.69 

801.55 

2,000.00 

80.66 

1.68 


59,927.87 


Bank and cash balance 


8,768.80 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


2,969.41 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in hydro systems 


19,754.09 


2,370.78 


6,289.90 


5,638.60 


15,095.02 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


78,812.61 


18,240.95 


26,107.26 


31,069.18 
1,323.61 


86,761.10 


Deficit 














Total 


78,812.61 


18,240.95 


26,107.26 


32,392.79 


86,761.10 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,397.62 


5,500.37 
30.58 


1,362.38 
745.00 


16,327.18 
351.22 


30,001.75 


Accounts payable. . 




Bank overdraft. . . 






Other liabilities. . 


301.85 








1,688.22 












Total liabilities 


2,699.47 


5,530.95 


2,107.38 


16,678.40 


31,689.97 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


19,754.09 
9,682.54 


2,370.78 
1,262.55 


6,289.90 
4,300.86 


5,638.60 

2,873.73 


15,095.02 
11,059.69 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


29,436.63 


3,633.33 


10,590.76 


8,512.33 


26,154.71 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,102.38 


2,572.28 


2,872.59 


7,202.06 


2,051.85 


Local sinking fund. 




Additional operating surplus 


34,574.13 


6,504.39 


10,536.53 




26,864.57 






Total surplus 


46,676.51 


9,076.67 


13,409.12 


7,202.06 


28,916.42 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


78,812.61 


18,240.95 


26,107.26 


32,392.79 


86,761.10 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


4.6 


34.8 


10.6 


65.6 


44.2 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Ancaster 
Twp. 
4,073 


Arkona 

385 


Aylmer 
2,050 


Ayr 

789 


Baden 
P.V. 


Barton 
Twp. 
7,795 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle 

River 

791 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,019.23 


$ c. 
125.00 


$ c. 
660.64 


$ c. 


$ c. 
176.13 


$ c. 










21,559.87 


9,064.96 


20,295.99 


11,921.28 


6,595.34 


6,084.55 


12,826.85 


14,548.54 


8,782.08 
8,106.26 
1,064.51 


1,513.44 

1,566.59 

671.60 


9,380.78 
8,825.88 
1,438.41 


3,726.67 

3,379.55 

575.65 


3,405.83 

2,611.25 

447.45 


2,233.39 

2,202.89 

214.50 


2,356.94 

2,988.30 

410.35 


3,325.55 

2,968.34 

924.29 


1,511.21 


242.32 


1,194.54 


941.79 






652.04 


962.78 












1,184.65 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 




















41,023.93 
5,318.63 


14,243.56 
70.03 


56,874.00 

2,694.18 

12,000.00 

3,087.50 


24,672.47 
812.19 


13,720.51 
3,684.86 


10,735.33 
587.67 


19,410.61 

2,257.04 
7,000.00 

1,342.25 


22,729.50 

1,174.52 
3,000.00 


3,304.38 


570.76 


310.58 


593 . 89 


1,155.12 


1,340.11 


















6,709.88 
2,561.30 


1,172.77 


13,361.67 


4,787.42 
612.63 


13,049.75 


1,474.05 


15,977.87 


2,720.32 
















58,918 1? 


16,057.12 
1,176.11 


88,017.35 


31,195.29 


31,049.01 


13,952.17 


45,987.77 


30,964.45 
















58,918.12 


17,233.23 


88,017.35 


31,195.29 


31,049.01 


13,952.17 


45,987.77 


30,964.45 


14,165.68 
2,200.62 


11,818.81 
2,440.63 


24,943.62 


8,251.30 


2,882.83 
722.13 


8,757.23 
206.25 


3,117.85 


6,888.25 
















15.00 






65.00 


















16,366.30 


14,259.44 


24,958.62 


8,251.30 


3,604.96 


9,028.48 


3,117.85 


6,888.25 


6,709.88 
7,508.50 
2,561.30 


1,172.77 
507.00 


13,361.67 
7,355.11 


4,787.42 
2,192.52 


13,049.75 
1,118.33 


1,474.05 
1,594.05 


15,977.87 
4,046.39 


2,720.32 
2,377.93 
5,000.00 


















16,779 68 


1,679.77 


20,716.78 


6,979.94 


14,168.08 


3,068.10 


20,024.26 


10,098.25 


2,834.32 


1,294.02 


13,758.30 


9,252.08 


2,117.17 


1,850.73 


2,235.15 


1,611.75 


22,937.82 




28,583.65 


6,711.97 


11,158.80 


4.86 


20,610.51 


12,366.20 






25,772.14 


1,294.02 


42,341.95 


15,964.05 


13,275.97 


1,855.59 


22,845.66 


13,977.95 


58,918.12 


17,233.23 


88,017.35 


31,195.29 


31,049.01 


13,952.17 


45,987.77 


30,964.45 


31.3 


95.8 


33.4 


31.2 


20 


72.3 


10.4 


24.4 



262 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blenheim 
1,595 


Blyth 
641 


Bolton 
599 


Bothwell 
630 


Brampton 


Population 


5,100 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,081.32 




909 . 64 
21,387.66 








24,701.45 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


10,500.79 


8,948.50 


5,903.79 


45,810.25 


7,788.00 
9,168.85 
1,800.69 
1,482.97 
1,718.42 


2,206.35 
1,642.42 
1,284.19 


3,407.44 

2,749.12 

567.79 


2,229.63 
2,796.17 

195.44 
4,431.19 

528.56 


22,547.22 


Meters 


23,963.90 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


2,574.56 


254.58 


1,043.38 


17,819.58 


Old plant 




2,332.68 


1,554.60 














Total plant 


44,256.23 
25.00 


18,221.01 
73.12 


18,270.83 

1,435.61 

3,500.00 

618.98 


16,084.78 

1,140.05 

11,000.00 

790.00 

69.19 


142,498.28 


Bank and cash balance 


50.00 




17,902.29 


Accounts receivable 


1,310.52 


1,910.66 


10,333.64 


Inventories . . . 


249.66 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in hydro systems 


13,135.16 


2,526.64 


7,252.75 


7,980.85 


57,005.50 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


58,726.91 


22,731.43 


31,078.17 


37,064.87 


228,039.37 


Deficit 
















Total 


58,726.91 


22,731.43 


31,078.17 


37,064.87 


228,039.37 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


10,278.62 


12,660.23 


8,004.99 


3,670.90 
1,494.51 


26,318.83 


Accounts payable 


4,011.51 


Bank overdraft 


228.92 
1,482.97 






12,008.60 


Other liabilities . 






5.00 














11,990.51 


12,660.23 


8,004.99 


5,170.41 


42,338.94 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


13,135.16 
7,394.72 


2,526.64 
1,430.11 


7,252.75 
6,196.92 


7,980.85 
3,947.12 


57,005.50 
38,818.82 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


20,529.88 


3,956.75 


13,449.67 


11,927.97 


95,824.32 






Surplus 


3,721.38 


3,608.80 


4,495.01 


1,863.29 


42,731.81 






Additional operating surplus 


22,485.14 


2,505.65 


5,128.50 


18,103.20 


47,144.30 


Total surplus 


26,206.52 


6,114.45 


9,623.51 


19,966.49 


89,876.11 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


58,726.91 


22,731.43 


31,078.17 


37,064.87 


228,039.37 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


26.2 


62.6 


33.6 


17.7 


24.7 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Brantford 
28,903 


Brantford 
Twp. 
7,075 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
736 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville, P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,450 


$ c. 

79,383.51 

125,181.88 

222,087.75 

6,000.00 

113,511.54 

105,726.58 

22,879.32 

. 38,797.27 

29,397.67 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c 


$ c. 


1,192.71 
48,174.38 










8,831.16 


6,892.15 


13,371.74 


7,968.92 


3,005.89 


13,614.14 


14,761.66 

10,566.09 

3,484.71 


3,332.50 
1,915.10 
1,430.64 


1,937.10 

2,199.05 

249.45 


2,395.35 
3,304.58 
1,568.00 


2,353.44 

3,180.86 

425.14 


1,099.80 
915.24 
188.39 


4,668.11 
4,818.56 
1,371.44 


4,126.83 


563.56 


858.11 


1,537.56 


644.50 


457.22 


587.31 








1,381.00 


2,827.50 




















742,965.52 
4,283.01 


82,306.38 

4,479.01 
1,839.06 


16,072.96 

1,238.81 


13,617.89 
1,220.70 


25,004.73 
190.16 


14,774.86 

2,130.37 

1,000.00 

668.40 


5,666.54 

2,147.68 


25,059.56 
2,015.13 


58,536.71 


124.82 
17.15 


1,086.05 


688.01 


556.31 


667.79 


856 11 






149,800.05 
289,891.38 


2,078.10 
7,262.05 












873.82 


4,345.51 


3,719.76 


4,740.59 


1,900.04 


7,187.97 


















1,246,332.78 


97,964.60 


18,327.56 


20,270.15 


29,602.66 


23,314.22 


10,270.57 


34,930.45 


















1,246,332.78 


97,964.60 


18,327.56 


20,270.15 


29,602.66 






34,930.45 


441,000.00 
8,661.00 


35,321.87 
189.50 


11,914.39 


1,902.02 


16,851.52 


1,737.04 


1,499.43 


2,663.66 










44,894.04 


1,392.94 


14.05 






5.00 
















494,555.04 


36,904.31 


12,322.79 


2,930.21 


16,851.52 


1,742.04 


1,804.58 


2,663.66 


289,891.38 

156,569.96 

1,000.00 


7,262.05 
15,925.00 


873.82 


4,345.51 


3,719.76 


4,740.59 


1,900.04 


7,187.97 


















447,461.34 


23,187.05 


3,944.74 


6,464.40 


5,863.44 


7,994.85 


3,393.87 


10,114.56 


89,000.00 
149,800.05 


21,803.79 

2,078.10 

13,991.35 


453.64 


6,097.98 


4,148.48 


7,262.96 


2,000.57 


1,960.34 


65,516.35 


1,606.39 


4,777.56 


2,739.22 


6,314.37 


3,071.55 


20,191.89 


304,316.40 


37,873.24 


2,060.03 


10,875.54 


6,887.70 


13,577.33 


5,072.12 


22,152.23 


1,246,332.78 


97,964.60 


18,327.56 


20,270.15 


29,602.66 


23,314.22 


10,270.57 


34,930.45 


42.7 


39.2 


70.6 


18.4 


65.1 


9.4 


21.6 


9.6 



264 



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STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Campbell- 
ville, P.V, 


Cayuga 
619 


Chatham 
15,509 


Chippawa 
1,207 


Clifford 


Population 


493 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 
42,430.35 
79,531.72 
150,236.49 
69,762.37 
81,044.55 
65,982.49 
9,614.78 
27,822.26 
28,853.55 


$ c 


$ c 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


2,690.44 


14,729.87 


16,886.07 


5,992.80 


696.23 
447.00 
258.56 


2,809.06 

2,041.32 

942.83 


5,027.91 
4,155.90 
1,790.65 


787.64 


Meters 


1,842.74 
596.64 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


6.82 


353.31 


1,022.19 


37.44 


Old plant 






42,816.11 
















Total plant 

Bank and cash balance 


4,099.05 


20,876.39 

245.22 


598,094.67 
50.00 


28,882.72 
778.35 


9,257.26 
2,348.40 


Securities and investments. . 


1,500.00 
465.78 




Accounts receivable 


708.31 
188.23 


44,777.42 
6,056.48 


609.39 


286.94 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. 








Equity in hydro systems 


378.11 


2,436.30 


141,247.30 


6,018.18 
19.15 


1,505.10 


Other assets 














Total assets 


6,442.94 


24,454.45 
1,024.35 


790,225.87 


36,307.79 


13,397.70 


Deficit 














Total 


6,442.94 


25,478.80 


790,225.87 


36,307.79 


13,397.70 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,538.13 


16,798.77 
858.50 


195,437.99 
16,840.68 
31,889.80 
30,025.20 


9,149.22 


7,383.60 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 


146.68 






Other liabilities 




















4,684.81 


17,657.27 


274,193.67 


9,149.22 


7,383.60 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


378.11 
407.00 


2,436.30 
2,184.00 


141,247.30 

86,422.37 

548.40 


6,018.18 

4,578.33 


1,505.10 
860.73 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


785.11 


4,620.30 


228,218.07 


10,596.51 


2,365.83 






Surplus 


909.64 


3,201.23 


74,562.01 


4,200.58 


616.40 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


63.38 




213,252.12 


12,361.48 


3,031.87 






Total surplus. . , 


973.02 


3,201.23 


287,814.13 


16,562.06 


3,648.27 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


6,442.94 


25,478.80 


790,225.87 


36,307.79 


13,397.70 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


77.2 


80.1 


42.3 


30.2 


62.1 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



44 A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Clinton 
1,936 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
417 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
574 


$ c. 
6,668.78 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


7,544.43 
















21,768.38 


6,233.94 


8,791.13 


6,511.71 


3,297.81 


3,054.97 


5,569.14 


9,074/92 


7,056.32 
8,371.02 
1,217.29 


3,222.00 

2,189.92 

272.93 


1,538.31 

1,541.63 

359.43 


1,225.40 
874.17 
425.08 


1,593.58 

1,293.05 

342.52 


766.83 
841.69 
112.53 


2,845.91 

2,324.67 

432.21 


2,580.60 

3,156.59 

673.50 


4,067.07 


957.54 


206.27 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


388.37 


10,658.09 
































67,351.38 
3,045.71 


12,876.33 
2,645.69 


12,436.77 
910.32 


9,595.03 


6,818.83 
966.92 


4,979.83 

887.01 

2,500.00 

593.28 


11,500.34 

2,990.79 
2,000.00 
1,067.66 


15,873.98 






8,000.00 
56.00 


2,292.12 
1,833.96 


415.77 
7.10 


299.41 


560.06 


268.84 


17,428.21 














16,500.61 


7,468.73 


668.46 


1,655.98 


3,108.96 


930.37 


2,419.24 


3,966.91 


















108,451.99 


23,413.62 


14,314.96 


11,811.07 


11,163.55 


9,890.49 


19,978.03 


27,896.89 


















108,451.99 


23,413.62 


14,314.96 


11,811.07 


11,163.55 


9,890.49 


19,978.03 


27,896.89 


44,500.00 
1,276.92 


3,385.51 


8,182.48 


5,688.17 
86.41 


2,541.88 


2,700.65 
334.71 


3,031.75 


7,474.41 
221 66 








197.50 




70.00 
























45,974.42 


3,385.51 


8,262.49 


6,616.40 


2,541.88 


3,035.36 


3,031.75 


9,244.57 


16,500.61 
16,359.11 


7,468.73 
3,637.11 


668.46 
1,200.55 


1,655.98 
304.15 


3,108.96 
1,209.51 


930.37 
1,180.32 


2,419.24 
1,977.25 


3,966.91 
3,448.56 


















32,859.72 


11,105.84 


1,869.01 


1,960.13 


4,318.47 


2,110.69 


4,396.49 


7,415.47 




4,314.49 








1,299.35 






17,428.21 


12,189.64 


4,607.78 


3,365.72 


784.36 


3,445.08 


3,445.09 


11,281.54 


9,211.26 


29,617.85 


8,922.27 


4,183.46 


3,234.54 


4,303.20 


4,744.44 


12,549.79 


11,236.85 


108,451.99 


23,413.62 


14,314.96 


11,811.07 


11,163.55 


9,890.49 


19,978.03 


27,896.89 


38.3 


21.2 


60.5 


65.1 


31.5 


33.8 


17.3 


38.6 



266 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Dresden 
1,424 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,009 


Dunnville 


Population 


3,386 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 

9,235.96 

13,396.22 

44,085.41 


$ c 

3,339.68 

241,150.88 

31,821.14 


Substation equipment 


523.00 
14,051.13 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


4,230.68 


5,110.54 


Line transformers 


6,521.54 
5,512.63 
1,091.61 


1,417.47 

1,694.79 

253.02 


688.05 
874.11 
544.86 


17,261.14 

18,938.85 

1,903.20 


15,472.57 


Meters 


12,951.92 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,147.66 
4,767.47 


531.03 


266.20 


787.06 


7,262.05 


5,715.88 


Old plant 


4,815.01 






1,867.38 


10,717.62 










Total plant 


33,045.95 

409.92 

4,000.00 

328.39 

435 . 52 


7,862.16 
444.20 


8,004.62 


113,950.21 

102.87 

10,500.00 

6,701.52 

614.65 


112,084.82 


Bank and cash balance 








10,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


726.95 
116.06 


25.09 


8,643.02 


Inventories. . . . 


308.15 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in hydro systems 


10,951.57 


2,222.32 


2,085.22 


54,336.48 
1,719.67 


18,132.21 


Other assets 














Total assets 


49,171.35 


11,371.69 


10,114.93 
397.22 


187,925.40 


149,168.20 


Deficit. . 














Total 


49,171.35 


11,371.69 


10,512.15 


187,925.40 


149,168.20 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,390.35 
595.28 


3,038.43 


2,975.51 
77.76 

7.72 


33,581.38 


59,086.57 


Accounts payable. . 


9,382.65 


Bank overdraft. . . 






2,268.37 


Other liabilities. . 


75.00 




1,719.67 


504.08 










Total liabilities 


5,060.63 


3,038.43 


3,060.99 


35,301.05 


71,241.67 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


10,951.57 

5,828.08 


2,222.32 
2,281.63 


2,085.22 
2,141.45 


54,336.48 
31,985.18 


18,132.21 
22,223.60 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


16,779.65 


4,503 . 95 


4,226.67 


86,321.66 


40,355.81 


Surplus 


11,847.90 


1,461.57 


3,224.49 


19,418.62 


16,413.43 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


15,483.17 


2,367.74 




46,884.07 


21,157.29 








Total surplus. '. 


27,331.07 


3,829.31 


3,224.49 


66,302.69 


37,570.72 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


49,171.35 


11,371.69 


10,512.15 


187,925.40 


149,168.20 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


13.2 


33.2 


38.1 


26.4 


54.4 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



4 * A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Dutton 
802 


East 

Windsor 

13,531 


Elmira 
2,692 


Elora 
1,216 


Embro 
431 


Erieau 
201 


Erie 

Beach 

21 


Essex 
1,821 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
5,794.43 


$ c 
1,494.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 














7,780.92 


155,394.59 


27,053.65 


15,358.27 


8,415.57 


7,543.04 


1,834.77 


29,897.89 


3,244.81 

3,239.98 

577.88 


63,644.06 
59,341.11 


14,170.40 

11,823.04 

1,269.28 


6,948.65 

5,238.15 

943.98 


2,710.75 

1,776.44 

465.01 


1,280.72 

1,742.20 

240.10 


613.17 
568.08 


10,881.96 
9,344.01 

1,312.97 




45,196.35 
3,439.78 






338.94 


4,134.22 


1,433.94 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,101.55 






2,168.08 


1,425.47 


429.25 


















15,182.53 


327,015.89 


66,413.10 

770.33 
1,000.00 
2,071.66 

180.85 


32;'843.00 

2,261.37 
3,000.00 

2,288.17 
776.83 


13,866.47 
171.94 


11,185.96 


3,391.05 
273.93 


53,538.38 


5,000.00 






9,000.00 


347.99 
39.85 


68,882 31 


239.20 


720.84 


247.00 


3,639.21 














6,822.89 


69,976.06 


30,053.06 


14,411.93 


4,221.12 


1,289.29 


346.07 


8,771.43 
674.77 


















27,393.26 


465,874.26 


100,489.00 


55,581.30 


18,498.73 


13,196.09 


4,258.05 


75,623.79 


















27,393.26 


465,874.26 


100,489.00 


55,581.30 


18,498.73 


13,196.09 


4,258.05 


75,623.79 


6,009.23 

75.45 


123,487.29 
9,072.25 


17,798.52 


6,469.82 


4,812.67 


5,733.77 
232.96 
345.55 


3,014.44 
75.94 


20,766.39 
2,067.21 


412.80 








790.03 


11.84 


58,192.61 


555.69 








596.75 














6,509.32 


190,752.15 


18,354.21 


6,469.82 


4,812.67 


6,312.28 


3,090.38 


24,220.38 


6,822.89 
4,687.60 


69,976.06 
30,689.52 


30,053.06 
14,339.46 


14,411.93 
8,256.86 


4,221.12 
3,479.37 


1,289.29 
742.50 


346.07 
233.00 


8,771.43 
6,565.74 


















11,510.49 


100,665.58 


44,392.52 


22,668.79 


7,700.49 


2,031.79 


579.07 


15,337.17 


2,398.26 


25,512.71 


7,201.48 


6,530.18 


2,687.33 


1,149.36 


285.56 


1,733.61 


6,975.19 


148,943.82 


30,540.79 


19,912.51 


3,298.24 


3,702.66 


303.04 


34,332.63 


9,373.45 


174,456.53 


37,742.27 


26,442.69 


5,985.57 


4,852.02 


588.60 


36,066.24 


27,393.26 


465,874.26 


100,489.00 


55,581.30 


18,498.73 


13,196.09 


4,258.05 


75,623.79 


31.6 


48.2 


26.1 


15.7 


33.7 


53 


78.9 


36.2 



268 



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STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
13,633 


Exeter 
1,583 


Fergus 
2,080 


Fonthill 

727 


Forest 
1,415 


Population 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
23,801.00 


$ c. 
3,281.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
5,603.68 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


272,637.42 


21,302.80 


29,622.82 


9,868.11 


20,035.26 


Line transformers 


61,520.78 
52,621.58 
12,182.31 


8,556.90 

7,125.64 

932.04 


11,122.01 

10,238.91 

1,740.07 


4,408 . 80 

4,111.35 

885.24 


7,370.45 
8,551.95 
2,339.64 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


7,046.77 


2,825.05 


1,114.59 


3,525.63 


1,688.89 


Old plant 






2,546.59 




11,042.87 










Total plant 


429,809.86 
4,045.57 


44,024.02 

5,803.79 
3,000.00 
1,992.65 
3,194.41 


56,384.99 
2,004.83 


22,799.13 
293.39 


56,632.74 

2,047.11 
5,500.00 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




21,788.22 
233.47 


3,073.91 
178.51 


599.12 


3,400.09 
3,327.52 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






46,496.78 


14,298.17 


15,629.23 


1,100.56 


9,344.89 


Other assets 














Total assets 


502,373.90 


72,313.04 


77,271.47 


24,792.20 


80,252.35 


Deficit 














Total 


502,373.90 


72,313.04 


77,271.47 


24,792.20 


80,252.35 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


193,367.20 
50,864.39 


11,787.23 


28,897.39 
3,315.99 


20,682.86 


14,589.92 

7 17 


Accounts payable 


Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


5,699.10 




71.35 


189.53 










Total liabilities 


249,930.69 


11,787.23 


32,284.73 


20,872.39 


14,597.09 




Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 


46,496.78 
46,022.88 


14,298.17 

8,738.37 

107.21 


15,629.23 
3,445.36 


1,100.56 

837.35 


9,344.89 

10,698.36 

50 00 


Other reserves 














92,519.66 


23.143,75 


19,074.59 


1,937.91 


20,093.25 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


47,632.80 


8,212.82 


13,102.61 


1,817.14 


19,810.08 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


112,290.75 


29,169.24 


12,809.54 


164.76 


25,751.93 


Total surplus. 


159,923.55 


37,382.06 


25,912.15 


1,981.90 


45,562.01 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


502,373.90 


72,313.04 


77,271.47 


24,792.20 


80,252.35 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


54.8 


20.3 


52.4 


88.1 


20.6 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



"A"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Gait 
12,977 


George- 
town 
1,973 


Glencoe 
793 


Goderich 
4,264 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
19,202 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,290 


Hamilton 

127,447 


$ c. 
198,909.31 


$ c. 
12.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,957.48 
28,593.44 
57,512.08 


■ $ c. 


$ c. 

12,546.55 

126,704.74 

170,797.22 


$ c. 


$ c. 
899,336.29 


169,439.27 






864.37 

17,986.81 

8,785.36 

7,197.47 

659.82 


526,533.00 


214,183.65 


25,922.28 


19,981.22 


4,110.23 


854,232.22 
477,385.94 


51,393.88 
67,009.90 
11,115.53 


15,567.07 

11,620.22 

1,362.22 


4,371.59 
4,068.48 
1,647.22 


19,625.24 
15,390.78 

4,825.17 


1,533.55 

1,456.26 

163.37 


75,992.42 
83,666.62 
37,817.40 


465,641.47 
473,431.28 
131,707.58 


58,828.09 






22,844.11 


2,650.54 


3,577.97 


5,079.54 


113.08 


15,921.56 


643.11 


187,266.73 




2,209.80 




14,622.15 








24,665.69 














793,723.74 


59,344.13 

1,556.49 

11,832.79 

2,334.45 

604.00 


33,646.48 
'686.77 


158,605.88 


7,376.49 

1,445.79 

2,000.00 

320.67 


523,446.51 
11,217.78 


36,136.94 

5,154.84 

7,000.00 

3,142.25 

58.00 


4,040,200.20 
55,493.72 








54,157.44 
12,139.52 


2,596.03 


5,246.77 
1,860.64 


40,356.61 

23,611.34 

34,608.57 

232,084.13 


317,170.34 
88,431.65 


150,732.98 






472,976.91 


200,064.87 
2,181.45 


34,174.89 


6,011.99 


44,460.03 
1,293.98 


3,066.45 


30,265.73 


1,113,961.28 
8,923.86 
















1,213,000.00 


109,846.75 


42,941.27 


211,467.30 


14,209.40 


865,324.94 


81,757.76 


6,097,157.96 


















1,213,000.00 


109,846.75 


42,941.27 


211,467.30 


14,209.40 


865,324.94 


81,757.76 


6,097,157.96 


385,908.84 
23,641.42 
39,248.36 


13,505.38 
389.28 


12,189.18 
18.50 


38,507.14 

12,581.77 

1,954.13 

1,293.98 


2,569.68 
840.41 


69,568.91 
20,382.11 


4,558.32 
160.49 


2,762,591.81 
273,586.02 


52,579.18 








2,631.50 




134,446.26 














501,377.80 


13,894.66 


12,207.68 


54,337.02 


3,410.09 


92,582.52 


4,718.81 


3,170,624.09 


200,064.87 

150,229/58 

500.29 


34,174.89 
15,841.35 


6,011.99 
3,900.60 


44,460.03 
39,630.24 


3,066.45 
1,297.61 


232,084.13 

58,651.07 

220.00 


30,265.73 
4,829.45 


1,113,961.28 

604,571.48 

162.50 
















350,794.74 


50,016.24 


9,912.59 


84,090.27 


4,364.06 


290,955.20 


35,095.18 


1,718,695.26 


79,513.93 
150,732.98 


6,494.62 


7,923.70 


37,580.91 


930.32 


75,431.08 

34,608.57 

371,747.57 


3,441.68 


450,222.89 
472,976.91 


130,580.55 


39,441.23 


12,897.30 


35,459.10 


5,504.93 


38,502.09 


284,638.81 


360,827.46 


45,935.85 


20,821.00 


73,040.01 


6,435.25 


481,787.22 


41,943.77 


1,207,838.61 


1,213,000.00 


109,846.75 


42,941.27 


211,467.30 


14,209.40 


865,324.94 


81,757.76 


6,097,157.96 


40.7 


18.4 


33.1 


32.5 


30.6 


9.7 


9.2 


59.8 



270 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,145 


Harrow 
P.V. 


Hensall 
748 


Hespeler 

2,748 


High gate 
359 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,774.47 

20,083.58 

26,697.85 


$ c 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
20,320.02 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


11,212.78 


12,370.10 


6,224.23 


Line transformers 


7,299.78 
6,473.90 
1,141.41 


7,373.52 

5,312.78 

644.18 


4,192.33 

3,165.80 

605.33 


15,860.88 

11,699.54 

3,595.69 

976.50 

587.07 


2,349.25 


Meters 


1,634.80 


Street light equipment, regular . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


343.16 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


861.71 


95.42 


500.45 


551.98 


Old plant 


1,001.43 




400.00 


2,095.25 










Total plant 


37,698.25 


24,638.68 
3,857.34 


21,234.01 

4,737.33 


85,370.83 

1,089.88 

3,000.00 

5,111.21 

237.66 


11,103.42 


Bank and cash balance. . . . 


1,140.83 


Securities and investments. . 




2,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


1,354.89 


4,786.79 


825.39 
4.22 


484.67 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in hydro systems 


11,794.29 


4,970.97 


4,851.29 


31,054.05 


3,855.04 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


50,847.43 


38,253.78 


31,652.24 


125,863.63 


18,583.96 


Deficit 
















Total 


50,847.43 


38,253.78 


31,652.24 


125,863.63 


18,583.96 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance. . . . 


14,747.63 
1,500.00 
2,145.20 


10,161.18 
1,382.49 


8,758.11 
699.05 


19,893.60 
127.19 


3,665.30 


Accounts payable. . . 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


130.00 


22.50 


546.02 










Total liabilities 


18,392.83 


11,673.67 


9,479.66 


20,566.81 


3,665.30 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


11,794.29 
2,705.25 


4,970.97 
1,809.28 


4,851.29 
3,483.73 


31,054.05 
12,232.03 


3,855.04 
2,606.99 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


14,499.54 


6,780.25 


8,335.02 


43,286.08 


6,462.03 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


10,503 . 63 


1,838.82 


3,241.89 


32,676.91 


1,334.70 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


7,451.43 


17,961.04 


10,595.67 


29,333.83 


7,121.93 


Total surplus 


17,955.06 


19,799.86 


13,837.56 


62,010.74 


8,456.63 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


50,847.43 


38,253.78 


31,652.24 


125,863.63 


18,583.96 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


47.1 


35.1 


35.4 


21.7 


24.9 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Humber- 
stone 
1,766 


Ingersoll 
5,150 


Jarvis 
460 


Kingsville 
2,427 


Kitchener 
26,709 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
623 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,072 


$ c. 


$ c 
15,064.45 
25,374.39 
46,137.91 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,587.04 


$ c. 

51,871.96 
204,414.26 
277,262.69 

34,564.60 
148,262.94 
154,402.79 

54,360.24 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,183.64 










7,398.18 


24,204.88 


8,680.73 


25,235.93 


6,412.47 


17,493.78 


45,959.31 
6,626.63 


8,018.36 

7,402.88 

861.20 


24,744.36 

24,178.32 

2,919.52 

4,597.59 

11,063.18 


2,526.96 

1,850.95 

821.29 


11,642.28 

11,757.94 

1,162.55 

19,200.00 

25.47 


1,670.83 

1,744.72 

226.70 


6,167.15 

3,825.57 
928.13 


21,795.32 

21,302.08 

1,284.93 

15,178.49 


3,084.62 


536.27 


17,800.96 


300.71 


1,864.23 


1,381.95 




19,633.99 






52,398.91 




















43,571.94 
3,945.72 


173,713.71 

8,034.65 

15,143.52 

6,949.86 

2,409.63 

49,799.89 

66,154.18 


14,416.20 
2,144.31 


76,611.21 

818.30 

12,000.00 

4,419.29 


995,339.35 


10,355.43 
911.86 


30,278.86 
973.68 


132,110.53 
100.00 




15,000.00 
76,153.13 
13,205.18 


2,000.00 


717.74 


479.36 


1,101.70 


1,596.12 


12,800.51 
4.85 














4,737.45 


4,146.08 


12,188.17 
1,264.97 


433,702.15 
86,939.84 


3,146.40 


2,846.24 


18,730.10 














52,972.85 


322,205.44 


21,185.95 


107,301.94 


1,620,339.65 


15,515.39 


35,694.90 


165,745.99 


















52,972.85 


322,205.44 


21,185.95 


107,301.94 


1,620,339.65 


15,515.39 


35,694.90 


165,745.99 


25,400.00 
10.00 


79,800.00 


8,425.80 


31,111.35 
3,158.99 


280,175.90 

45,907.16 

1,282.46 

86,939.84 


2,936.70 
1,734.40 


13,656.71 


40,644.39 
3,119.80 










351.37 


1,194.85 


4,597.59 




20,298.28 




469.94 


17,158.77 










26,604.85 


84,397.59 


8,425.80 


54,568.62 


414,305.36 


4,671.10 


14,126.65 


61,274.33 


4,737.45 
1,877.45 


66,154.18 
23,076.66 


4,146.08 
1,305.22 


12,188.17 
10,423.77 


433,702.15 

178,665.48 

15,362.38 


3,146.40 
1,681.96 


2,846.24 
2,351.94 


18,730.10 
10,951.11 
















6,614.90 


89,230.84 


5,451.30 


22,611.94 


627,730.01 


4,828.36 


5,198.18 


29,681.21 


6,600.00 




2,074.20 


2,388.65 


231,974.10 


1,063.30 


1,843.29 


7,355.61 




49,799.89 
98,777.12 




13,153.10 


5,234.65 


27,732.73 


346,330.18 


4,952.63 


14,526.78 


67,434.84 


19,753.10 


148,577.01 


7,308.85 


30,121.38 


578,304.28 


6,015.93 


16,370.07 


74,790.45 


52,972.85 


322,205.44 


21,185.95 


107,301.94 


1,620,339.65 


15,515.39 


35,694.90 


165,745.99 


55.2 


16.8 


49.4 


57.4 


34.9 


37.8 


43 


41.7 



272 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,346 


London 
66,132 


London 
Twp. 
7,448 


Lucan 
573 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 
1,416.0/ 


$ c. 

408,817. 6i 

877,816. 6( 

694,420.4/ 

[ 189,634.72 

199,949.15 

288,883.63 

52,621. 3C 

17,561.10 

79,252.16 


$ c 
1 


$ c 


$ c 
241 18 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . 
Distribution system, underground 


34,505.5; 

549.14 

15,448.22 

14,773.75 

1,634.92 

[ 1,348. 66 

1,881.08 


14,753. 0( 


> 10,378.81 


3,841.34 


Line transformers 


4,746.63 

3,251.41 

695.48 


3,782.45 

2,973.45 

399.07 


1,845.11 
1,446.49 

248.71 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamenta 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


478.71 


484.77 


193.57 


Old plant 


4,745.30 




1,733.80 


2,860.45 










Total plant 


76,302.66 
5,152.51 


2,808,956.91 
6,339.76 


25,659.09 
4,407.15 


20,879.04 

10.00 

5,000.00 

555.51 


7,816.40 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


2,000.00 
291 49 


Accounts receivable 


4,381.95 


331,310.26 

84,879.43 

281,824.19 

783,830.02 


2,557.01 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in hydro systems 


23,789.86 


3,178.00 


7,695.91 


6,082.61 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


109,626.98 


4,297,140.57 


35,801.25 


34,140.46 


16,190 50 


Deficit 
















Total 


109,626.98 


4,297,140.57 


35,801.25 


34,140.46 


16,190 50 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


14,167.06 
2,500.92 


1,163,535.43 

105,971.74 

49,238.37 

983 . 60 


14,562.64 
2,899.47 


5,603.90 

102.84 

277.67 

45.00 


3,229.24 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft. . 


15 17 


Other liabilities 


1,466.16 












Total liabilities 


18,134.14 


1,319,729.14 


17,462.11 


6,029.41 


3,244.41 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


23,789.86 
18,234.02 


783,830.02 

647,670.73 

51,014.03 


3,178.00 
1,895.74 


7,695.91 
4,801.45 


6,082.61 
1,965.96 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


42,023.88 


1,482,514.78 


5,073.74 


12,497.36 


8,048.57 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


29,022.83 


418,364.57 
281,824.19 
794,707.89 


4,437.36 


5,609.72 


1,265.76 


Local sinking fund . 




Additional operating surplus 


20,446.13 


8,828.04 


10,003.97 


3,631.76 


Total surplus 


49,468.96 


1,494,896.65 


13,265.40 


15,613.69 


4,897.52 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


109,626.98' 


1,297,140.57 


35,801.25 


34,140.46 


16,190.50 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


21.1 


26.4 


53.5 


22.8 


32.1 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



4 'A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Markham 
956 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,556 


Milton 
1,875 


Milverton 
1,025 


Mimico 

5,876 


Mitchell 
1,574 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

350.00 

32,179.73 

23,545.94 


$ c. 


$' c. 
237.20 

10,9561 42 


$ c. 
13,588.87 
38,196.44 
63,882.96 


$ c. 
12,649.72 
21,287.83 
25,928.13 


$ c. 






11,868.94 
19,227.92 




10,948.05 


7,920.52 


2,991.03 


5,036.50 

4,852.04 

582.09 


3,274.17 

2,235.70 

555.64 


5,203.31 
8,735.35 
1,873.14 


11,248.70 

11,340.06 

1,011.17 


7,565.80 

4,734.57 

669.56 


22,953.68 

24,840.02 

6,635.04 


7,743.84 

10,847.91 

2,469.33 


990.72 

1,065.12 

295.88 


1,318.86 


455.36 


2,107.93 


4,460.62 


934.33 


5,337.62 


823.06 
1,500.00 


348.35 




241.85 




4,065.85 




















22,737.54 
348.28 


14,683.24 

1,598.05 
6,000.00 
1,741.14 


73,995.40 
752.07 


63,223.26 


25,097.88 

1,492.90 
7,000.00 
6,633.10 


175,434.63 
100.00 


83,249.82 
5,884.64 


5,691.10 
2,351.09 


4,691.96 






1,871.69 


5,667.01 
15.66 


14,534.83 
6,896.66 


6,921.58 


1,462.08 
4,412.01 


200.91 
26.50 












4,935.55 


4,326.67 


20,169.48 


43,922.42 


19,197.70 
50.00 


42,951.32 
316.25 


15,941.91 


2,139.50 














34,585.02 


28,349.10 


100,599.62 


128,577.17 


59,471.58 


225,723.78 


110,950.46 


10,409.10 


















34,585.02 


28,349.10 


100,599.62 


128,577.17 


59,471.58 


225,723.78 


110,950.46 


10,409.10 


4,989.31 


10,215.48 
1,214.62 


25,624.42 
3,821.58 


12,348.50 

43.29 

1,634.90 

8.50 


3,970.22 

5,823.85 


81,645.88 

7,844.02 

346.53 

3,075.00 


1,663.42 
1,183.32 


2,410.92 
60.00 












2,838.67 
















4,989.31 


11,430.10 


29,446.00 


14,035.19 


12,632.74 


92,911.43 


2,846.74 


2,470.92 


4,935 . 55 
3,419.31 


4,326.67 
995.70 


20,169.48 

7,745.68 


43,922.42 

13,022.43 

239.37 


19,197.70 
3,359.21 


42,951.32 
29,275.97 


15,941.91 
24,402.85 


2,139.50 
1,410.84 
















8,354.86 


5,322.37 


27,915.16 


57,184.22 


22,556.91 


72,227.29 


40,344.76 


3,550.34 


.6,384.32 


3,148.73 


6,561.79 


20,364.48 


5,529.78 


25,354.12 


20,631.80 


2,089.08 


14,856.53 


8,447.90 


36,676.67 


36,993.28 


18,752.15 


35,230.94 


47,127.16 


2,298.76 


21,240.85 


11,596.63 


43,238.46 


57,357.76 


24,281.93 


60,585.06 


67,758.96 


4,387.84 


34,585.02 


28,349.10 


100,599.62 


128,577.17 


59,471.58 


225,723.78 


110,950.46 


10,409.10 


16.8 


47.6 


36.6 


16.5 


31.4 


50.8 


3 


29.8 



274 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
288 


New 

Hamburg 

1,446 


New 
Toronto 

5,327 


Niagara 

Falls 

19,013 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,167.55 

21,870.64 


$ c 
39,093.82 


$ c 
127,953.15 


Substation equipment 






186,533.03 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


6,008.55 


6,114.60 


66,146.26 


181,184.53 


Line transformers 


1,709.69 

2,039.28 

526.99 


1,036.62 

1,037.42 

817.42 


6,540.97 
7,961.28 
1,661.93 


21,364.29 

22,612.85 

9,129.84 


150,992.86 


Meters 


112,059.29 


Street light equipment, regular . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


23,088.03 
87,236.97 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


152.82 


485.13 


1,614.27 


4,670.11 


14,955.28 


Old plant 




348.22 


5,242.56 




19,809.04 










Total plant 


10,437.33 

2,065.52 
2,000.00 
1,009.96 


9,839.41 
946.74 


48,572.39 


163,017.17 
2,171.11 


903,812.18 


Bank and cash balance. . 


17,466.52 


Securities and investments. 






Accounts receivable 


866.61 

7.52 


1,881.60 
1,978.80 


18,097.05 


2,547.54 


Inventories 


367.95 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in hydro systems 


2,241.64 


1,384.77 


18,880.47 


142,i68.37 
3,231.33 


195,975.33 


Other assets 














Total assets 


17,754.45 


13,045.05 


71,313.26 


328,685.03 


1,120,169.52 


Deficit 
















Total 


17,754.45 


13,045.05 


71,313.26 


328,685.03 


1,120,169.52 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,914.52 
208.68 


6,300.00 


9,726.24 

2,112.60 

92.46 

14.00 


5,151.37 


364,641.50 


Accounts payable 


19,698.91 


Bank overdraft 






29,066.35 


Other liabilities 






3,231.33 


13,264.54 












3,123.20 


6,300.00 


11,945.30 


8,382.70 


426,671.30 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


2,241.64 
1,141.44 


1,384.77 
1,537.49 


18,880.47 
9,166.44 


142,168.37 
26,498.05 


195,975.33 
98,796.42 


Other reserves 


4,851.98 














Total reserves 


3,383.08 


2,922.26 


28,046.91 


168,666.42 


299,623.73 






Surplus 


1,305.48 


3,454.39 


8,002.84 


2,848.63 


250,601.50 


Local sinking fund 




Additional Operating Surplus. . . . 


9,942 . 69 


368.40 


23,318.21 


148,787.28 


143,272.99 


Total surplus. . .' 


11,248.17 


3,822.79 


31,321.05 


151,635.91 


393,874.49 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


17,754.45 


13,045.05 


71,313.26 


328,685.03 


1,120,169.52 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


20.1 


54 


22.8 


4.5 


46.2 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



" A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 





Niagara- 

on-the-Lake 

1,606 


Norwich 
1,279 


Oil Springs 
417 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,650 


Paris 
4,063 


Parkhill 
959 


Petrolia 
2,516 


$ c. 
2,312.35 


$ c. 
4,157.99 


$ c. 
1,042.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,133.56 

23,934.01 

48,250.19 


$ c. 


$ c 
900 00 


16,048.36 




691.88 
25,246.14 




2,403.55 




9,636.94 


12,145.54 


5,288.29 


15,762.02 


36,658.49 


21,571.43 




5,330.08 
6,228.47 
1,121.10 


4,519.42 
6,333.51 
1,152.15 
3,553.37 
2,207.65 


5,256.88 

3,257.22 

305.72 


2,670.00 

2,126.51 

378.37 


8,528.53 
8,058.26 
1,914.11 


16,906.47 

1.8,257.57 

3,843.10 

9,636.85 

281.74 


4,312.17 

3,796.98 

898.23 


24,411.98 

14,487.99 

985.28 

3,864 07 


1,616.98 


3,920.30 


142.00 


1,848.89 


1,464.19 


7,111.79 




3,509.82 






4,018.71 


16,684.76 




3,389 94 












54,228.77 
50.00 


35,070.85 

2,593.40 
3,000.00 
2,174.15 
1,507.20 


25,927.66 
479.80 


10,605.17 
5,344.29 


50,306.52 
377.06 


145,928.25 

25.00 
8,000.00 
6,676.85 


26,233.59 

42.74 


94,213.09 

1,420.64 
8,400 00 


2,343.06 
1,268.26 


2,168.36 
316.01 


545 . 64 


2,076.85 
174.37 


932.90 


4,902 . 64 
1,689 80 






20,203.11 
42,104.88 






9,261. 15 


14,276.23 


9,880.97 


2,751.04 


14,327.66 


5,819.61 


36,915.30 


















67,151.24 


58,621.83 


38,772.80 


19,246.14 


67,262.46 


222,938.09 


33,028.84 


147,541.47 


















67,151.24 


58,621.83 


38,772.80 


19,246.14 


67,262.46 


222,938.09 


33,028.84 


147,541.47 


18,862.21 
3,044.63 


8,129.86 


9,089.15 
980 07 


1,929.22 
25.00 


7.325.10 
1,921.48 


37,036.83 

2,000.00 

210.19 


9,698.69 
184.79 


32,495.19 
1,453.11 


4,807.44 














1,472.53 


38.00 


65.00 














26,714.28 


8,129.86 


10,069.22 


1,954.22 


10,719.11 


39,247.02 


9,921.48 


34,013.30 


9,261.15 
3,932.72 


14,276.23 
2,558.16 


9,880.97 
4,974.36 


2,751.04 
2,586.05 


14,327.66 
6,043 48 


42,104.88 
41,974.75 


5,819.61 
2,829.59 


36,915.30 

18,779.27 

475.49 


















13,193.87 


16,834.39 


14,855.33 


5,337.09 


20,371.14 


84,079.63 


8,649.20 


56,170.06 


11,811.29 


5,626.14 


7,632.16 


2,570.78 


19,674.90 


54,963.17 
20,203.11 
24,445.16 


4,931.33 


17,504.81 


15,431.80 


28,031.44 


6,216.09 


9,384.05 


16,497.31 


9,526.83 


39,853.30 


27,243.09 


33,657.58 


13,848.25 


11,954.83 


36,172.21 


99,611.44 


14,458.16 


57,358.11 


67,151.24 


58,621.83 


38,772.80 


19,246.14 


67,262.46 


222,938.09 


33,028.84 


147,541.47 


46.1 


18.3 


34.9 


11.8 


20.2 


11.9 


36.5 


30.7 



276 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— G ontinued 



Municipality 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,371 


Port 

Colborne 

5,203 


Port 
Credit 
1,381 


Port 


Population 


Dalhousie 
1,580 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
22,120.24 


$ c 
675.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 
Line transformers 


3,256. 8C 


18,880.77 


74,125.81 


21,718.27 


15,041.97 


1,205.47 

1,679.38 

147.15 


5,773.49 
4,713.73 
1,914.89 


21,884.83 

19,820.49 

4,374.64 


7,610.62 
7,462.58 
4,719.64 


7,179.73 


Meters 


8,789.30 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment,^prnamenta! 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


912.88 


535.92 


503.14 


7,153.83 


799.11 


2,369.99 


Old plant 






9,929.60 




6,018.38 












Total plant 


6,824.72 
169.16 


31,786.02 

3,842.45 

10,000.00 

1,559.11 


159,409.44 
5,742.12 


42,985.22 
3,808.76 


40,312.25 


Bank and cash balance 


1,226.60 




3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


184.38 


13,780.41 
3,150.92 


2,646.54 


3,421.43 


Inventories . . 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








1,654.19 


Equity in hydro systems 

Other assets. . . 


3,316.20 


14,657.11 


26,855.40 


10,873.46 
71.26 


9,073.38 












Total assets 


10,494.46 
113.57 


61,844.69 


208,938.29 


60,385.24 


58,687.85 


Deficit 














Total 


10,608.03 


61,844.69 


208,938.29 


60,385.24 


58,687.85 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,536.13 


11,468.74 
3,066.35 


92,726.50 
26,059.90 


10,402.04 
2,509.88 


13,950.18 


Accounts payable. . 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 






1,180.00 


55.00 












Total liabilities 


3,536.13 


14,535.09 


119,966.40 


12,966.92 


13,950.18 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


3,316.20 
2,054.83 


14,657.11 
6,469.39 


26,855.40 
15,974.71 


10,873.46 
9,376.92 


9,073.38 
3,739.14 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total reserves 


5,371.03 


21,126.50 


42,830.11 


20,250.38 


12,812.52 






Surplus 


1,700.87 


5,531.26 


28,273.50 


4,097.96 


8,549.82 


Local sinking fund. . . . 


1,654.19 


Additional operating surplus 




20,651.84 


17,868.28 


23,069.98 


21,721.14 








Total surplus. . .- 


1,700.87 


26,183.10 


46,141.78 


27,167.94 


31,925.15 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


10,608.03 


61,844.69 


208,938.29 


60,385.24 


58,687.85 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


49.3 


30.8 


65.9 


26.2 • 


25.6 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Port 

Dover 

1,572 


Port 

Rowan 

669 


Port 

Stanley 
618 


Preston 
5,697 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 

Hill 

1,170 


Ridgetown 
1,986 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c 
1,512.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 






37,923.27 
86,779.88 






600.00 
7,701.54 


1,024.24 


25,767.85 


9,182.02 


17,307.24 


3,497.58 


6,939.24 


20,308.47 


8,689.66 
5,709.62 
2,088.18 


1,676.62 
1,590.27 

888.04 


8,404.76 
7,598.20 
1,178.54 


44,575.73 

37,015.18 

5,292.47 


1,901.62 

1,111.43 

146.60 


1,541.35 

1,483.49 

416.29 


6,614.89 
4,319.95 
1,311.72 


9,545.45 
8,964.84 
2,752.77 
1,431.73 


2,698.71 


681.53 


5,817.19 


7,084.96 


64.35 


1,948.71 


19.13 


1,910.92 






577.51 


32,126.75 








5,088.46 














45,202.77 
163.71 


14,018.48 
185.91 


42,395.69 

549.81 
3,000.00 

1,840.48 


250,798.24 


6,721.58 
1,884.83 


12,329.08 
165.54 


20,567.23 
4,564.89 


51,026.88 
50.00 






10,000.00 


3,495.93 
768.72 


296.94 


26,778.24 
316.17 


738.51 
34.40 


403.37 


1,800.55 
291.04 


2,131.78 
1,269.87 












6,585.64 


1,374.26 


14,023.94 


100,387.06 


2,232.76 


2,256.49 


3,648.45 


14,163.93 


















56,216.77 


15,875.59 
4,593.05 


61,809.92 


378,279.71 


11,612.08 


15,154.48 


30,872.16 


78,642.46 
















56,216.77 


20,468.64 


61,809.92 


378,279.71 


11,612.08 


15,154.48 


30,872.16 


78,642.46 


18,207.94 
2,130.87 


10,384.00 
7,568.38 


10,464.24 


52,831.99 
7,872.03 
9,493.12 
1,307.79 


2,397.02 


7,347.45 


6,622.99 


7,709.43 












697.66 


177.00 




398.00 








1,431.73 














20,515.81 


17,952.38 


10,862.24 


71,504.93 


2,397.02 


7,347.45 


6,622.99 


9,838.82 


6,585.64 

6,197.55 

121.00 


1,374.26 
526.00 


14,023.94 
6,883.54 


100,387.06 
66,143.38 


2,232.76 
1,816.81 


2,256.49 
1,698.00 


3,648.45 
1,661.62 


14,163.93 
9,012.09 


















12,904.19 


1,900.26 


20,907.48 


166,530.44 


4,049.57 


3,954.49 


5,310.07 


23,176.02 


10,792.06 


616.00 


8,485.76 


79,968.01 


1,152.98 


2,152.55 


5,577.01 


11,746.56 


12,004.71 




21,554.44 


60,276.33 


4,012.51 


1,699.99 


13,362.09 


33,881.06 








22,796.77 


616.00 


30,040.20 


140,244.34 


5,165.49 


3,852.54 


18,939.10 


45,627.62 


56,216.77 


20,468.64 


61,809.92 


378,279.71 


11,612.08 


15,154.48 


30,872.16 


78,642.46 


41.3 


123.8 


22.7 


25.7 


25.5 


57 


24.3 


15.3 



278 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Riverside 
4,383 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
712 


St. Cathar- 
ines 

23,327 


St. Clair 


Population 


Beach 
136 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 

41,950.94 

86,878.65 

179,949.88 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


85,109.02 


6,902.18 


9,384.28 


7,221.97 


Line transformers 


26,712.82 
22,336.88 


2,006.67 

2,375.69 

544.02 


2,301.61 

3,375.92 

586.17 


103,747.98 
74,826.66 
16,738.95 
27,448.87 
38,254.96 


1,917.44 


Meters 


1,248.76 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 




Street light equipment, ornamental 


16,586.74 
4,571.45 




Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


350.05 


792.65 


149.27 


Old plant 






700.00 


8,104.00 












Total plant 


155,316.91 


12,257.61 


17,140.63 

172.12 
6,000.00 


577,900.89 

3,181.93 

26,969.06 

24,727.04 

478.60 

54,108.48 

170,083.35 


10,537.44 


Bank and cash balance 












Accounts receivable 


16,845.23 


497 . 90 
233.70 


4,210.02 


Inventories 






Sinking fund on local debentures. 








Equity in hydro systems 


21,479.09 


3,958.27 


3,960.61 


1,922.42 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


193,-641.23 


16,947.48 


27,273.36 


857,449.35 


16,669.88 


Deficit 














Total 


193,641.23 


16,947.48 


27,273.36 


857,449.35 


16,669 88 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


67,705.49 
3,513.12 




6,354.25 
82.75 


175,276.96 
81,365.35 


4,873.27 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft. . . 


800.00 
111.67 


288.48 


Other liabilities. . 


16,586.74 




27,448.87 














87,805.35 


911.67 


6,437.00 


284,091.18 


5,161.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


21,479.09 
14,601.90 


3,958.27 
3,430.49 


3,960.61 
2,616.53 


170,083.35 

116,161.50 

10,543.05 


1,922.42 
1,288.25 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


36,080.99 


7,388.76 


6,577.14 


296,787.90 


3,210.67 






Surplus 


14,794.51 


2,000.00 


2,145.75 


56,745.95 

54,108.48 

165,715.84 


1,468.18 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


54,960.38 


6,647.05 


12,113.47 


6,829.28 


Total surplus. : 


69,754.89 


8,647.05 


14,259.22 


276,570.27 


8,297.46 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


193,641.23 


16,947.48 


27,273.36 


857,449.35 


16,669.88 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


51 


7 


27.6 


36.3 


35 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,023 


St. Thomas 
16,743 


Sandwich 
10,258 


Sarnia 
16,544 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
15,325 


Seaforth 
1,670 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

3,000.00 

24,187.39 

47,002.70 


$ c. 

49,300.69 

105,848.42 

102,506.44 

28,942.95 

50,957.83 

63,928.33 

13,608.02 

7,538.63 

5,297.77 


$- c. 

364.48 

3,363.18 

101,719.57 


$ c. 

95,343.91 

188,136.86 

191,954.61 


$ c. 
16,852.69 


$ c 
1,251.57 






5,999.16 


5,882.83 


6,112.02 


237,468.02 


26,564.43 


2,504.42 
2,643.87 

228.77 


2,223.59 

2,211.16 

311.60 


17,493.49 

20,388.38 

3,464.11 


42,120.83 
48,469.29 

9,953.04 
51,239.13 

8,810.50 


78,123.05 
70,075.91 
11,843.02 
7,482.11 
23,106.32 


49,402.68 
54,258.27 
18,362.47 


6,977.08 
7,691.88 
1,414.55 


374.18 


460.55 


4,140.53 


3,384.97 


461.33 






20,696.85 




4,148.96 


55,810.22 
















11,634.07 

523.82 


11,318.92 

1,438.92 

3,000.00 

669.76 


140,373.45 


427,929.08 

15,215.43 

53,206.81 

26,774.98 

441.39 


270,188.98 

19,848.76 

20,037.25 

16,200.20 

236.86 


721,876.01 


379,729.10 
8,229.31 


50,360.00 

1,288.47 


2,000.00 






11,000 00 


890.72 
84.10 


6,066.40 

3,638.87 

13,675.35 

48,975.90 


50,832.66 
6,855.09 


14,829.89 


1,601.21 
7,860 98 








11,431.37 


4,625.81 


4,579.77 
150.00 


165,744.40 


66,478.99 


191,748.23 


39,843.39 


25,905.98 
















19,758.52 


21,157.37 


212,729.97 


689,312.09 


392,991.04 


971,311.99 


442,631.69 


109,448.01 


















19,758.52 


21,157.37 


212,729.97 


689,312.09 


392,991.04 


971,311.99 


442,631.69 


109,448.01 


4,143.82 


3,180.16 
86.00 


37,069.04 
4,000.00 

2,622.88 
17.50 


47,154.58 


121,611.35 


204,595.03 
22,416.63 
22,070.13 
12,251.61 


142,689.26 
85,736.35 


25,000.00 
1 00 










30.50 


150.00 


6,329.97 


63,169.14 


18,008.35 








4,174.32 


3,416.16 


43,709.42 


53,484.55 


184,780.49 


261,333.40 


246,433.96 


25,001.00 


4,625.81 
1,548.42 


4,579.77 
1,858.64 


48,975.90 

35,841.10 

209.05 


165,744.40 

75,911.34 

530.57 


66,478.99 
25,004.20 


191,748.23 
86,298.49 


39,843.39 
38,349.27 


25,905.98 
15,112.21 














6,174.23 


6,438.41 


85,026.05 


242,186.31 


91,483.19 


278,046.72 


78,192.66 


41,018.19 


1,856.18 


2,819.84 


52,177.98 
13,675.35 
18,141.17 


91,789.49 


23,961.68 


133,404.97 


47,879.01 






11,431 37 


7,553.79 


8,482.96 


301,851.74 


92,765.68 


298,526.90 


70,126.06 


31,997.45 


9,409.97 


11,302.80 


83,994.50 


393,641.23 


116,727.36 


431,931.87 


118,005.07 


43,428.82 


19,758.52 


21,157.37 


212,729.97 


689,312.09 


392,991.04 


971,311.99 


442,631.69 


109,448.01 


27.6 


20.6 


20 


10.2 


56.6 


33.5 


61.2 


18.8 



280 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



Simcoe 
4,581 



Springfield 
397 



Stamford 
Twp. 
6,650 



Stouffville 
1,071 



Stratford 
18,208 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system, overhead. . . 
Distribution system, underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 



$ c 

7,920.21 

19,722.30 

39,795.16 



7,813.73 



$ 
7,196, 
37,384. 
98,708. 



$ c 

j 135,188.44 

129,938.28 

10,565.771 151,872.94 



20,618.71 

16,784.92 

5,547.99 

2,527.16 

5,306.01 



2,169.19 

1,822.08 

380.46 



38,908. 
25,164. 

7,324. 



3,215. 
3,300. 
1,298. 



691.36 



927.92 



7,231 
13,743! 



98 



66 



338. 
3,866'. 



73 



37 



Total plant 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in hydro systems 

Other assets 



119,150.38 
25.00 



866.64 
460.24 



12,876.82 

1,832.39 
3,000.00 

458.43 



235,662 
3,243 



22,585.35 



17,753. 
4,864. 



2,940. 
5,000. 
1,233. 



25,835.85 



3,181.18 



26,172. 
206. 



3,986.05 



Total assets. 
Deficit 



146,338.11 



21,348.82 



287,902.00 



35,744.96 



Total. 



146,338.11 



21,348.82 



287,902.00 



35,744.96 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance. 
Accounts payable. . 
Bank overdraft. . . . 
Other liabilities. . . . 



53,206.13 

11,307.75 

3,927.17 

3,500.00 



4,234.82 
344.23 



58.00 



85,915.71 

70,244.43 

1,430.95 

3,003.44 



12,222.77 



Total liabilities. 



71,941.05 



4,637.05 



160.594.53 



12,222.77 



Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



25,835.85 
10,911.22 



3,181.18 
1,182.43 



26,172.56 
17,968.50 

588.72 



3,986.05 
2,028.65 



Total reserves. 



36,747.07 



4,363.61 



44,729.78 



6,014.70 



Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 

Additional operating surplus 

Total surplus. ..." 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 

Percentage of net debt to total assets 



10,228.77 



5,265.18 



31,630.65 



6,317.50 



27,421.22 



7,082.98 



50,947.04 



11,189.99 



37,649.99 



12,348.16 



82,577.69 



17,507.49 



146,338.11 



21,348.82 



287,902.00 



35,744.96 



88,289.67 
82,277.32 
5,043.47 
14,887.29 
16,772.42 



16,150.00 



640,419.83 



26,800.00 

61,861.80 

8,724.72 

143,774.31 

209,355.06 



1,090,935.72 



1,090,935.72 



412,000.00 
171.16 

23,522.73 



435,693.89 



209,355.06 

148,179.23 

817.02 



358,351.31 



43,800.00 
143,774.31 
109,316.21 



296,890.52 



,090,935.72 



59.7 



25.5 



61.4 



38.5 



39.6 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Strathroy 
2,702 


Sutton 
825 


Tavistock 
965 


Tecumseh 
2,164 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Thames- 

ville 

845 


Thedford 
569 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


$ c. 
7,189.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 
234.02 


$ c. 


$ . c. 


$ c 
627.37 


$ c. 


$ c. 


11,918.37 












40,801.28 


18,503.75 


13,119.87 


32,250.45 


7,286.30 


11,491.17 


7,488.29 


3,191.38 


18,962.89 

13,596.46 

1,816 84 


5,008.67 
4,928.67 
1,404.71 


5,853.80 

4,373.01 

878.59 


8,488.60 
9,822.11 


2,603.58 

2,243.34 

332.25 


4,740.49 
3,731.75 
1,197.12 


1,363.70 

1,931.98 

885.46 


1,583.98 

1,517.55 

164.29 




4,760.95 
1,262.48 




1,682.05 


1,464.39 


583.84 


214.02 


742.07 


1,530.81 


310.45 


12,343.15 


675.00 








4,445.68 


433.78 














108,311.02 
844.93 


31,985.19 
415.44 


25,043.13 

961.50 

4,235.94 

315.50 


56,584.59 


12,679.49 

1,495.66 

6,000.00 

923.06 


26,975.65 

135.06 

5,000.00 

995.46 


13,634.02 

892.87 
4,000.00 

584.98 


6,767.65 
1,153.26 








1,724.99 
5,118.23 


1,189.60 


2,043.69 


264.28 


















29,294.07 


3,285.77 


14,577.37 


6,388.28 


6,139.41 


5,798.72 


2,755.72 


3,483.51 


















145,293.24 


36,876.00 


45,133.44 


65,016.56 


27,237.62 


38,904.89 


21,867.59 


11,668.70 


















145,293.24 


36,876.00 


45,133.44 


65,016.56 


27,237.62 


38,904.89 


21,867.59 


11,668.70 


22,064.56 


20,271.21 
450.79 


4,400.38 
65.00 


19,591.81 


2,426.61 


6,262.90 


12,060.54 


1,756.58 










56.00 






4,760.95 
























22,120.56 


20,722.00 


4,465.38 


29,832.28 


2,426.61 


6,262.90 


12,204.48 


1,756.58 


29,294.07 
22,107.48 


3,285.77 
2,432.41 


14,577.37 
4,766.71 


6,388.28 
5,653.89 


6,139.41 
3,414.37 


5,798.72 
3,443.80 


2,755.72 
1,737.33 


3,483.51 
1,792.99 


















51,401.55 


5,718.18 


19,344.08 


12,042.17 


9,553.78 


9,242.52 


4,493.05 


5,276.50 


24,167.44 


5,728.79 


1,599.62 


6,408.19 


2,931.42 


4,924.90 


4,439.46 


1,329.90 


47,603.69 


4,707.03 


19,724.36 


16,733.92 


12,325.81 


18,474.57 


730.60 


3,305.72 


71,771.13 


10,435.82 


21,323.98 


23,142.11 


15,257.23 


23,399.47 


5,170.06 


4,635.62 


145,293.24 


36,876.00 


45,133.44 


65,016.56 


27,237.62 


38,904.89 


21,867.59 


11,668.70 


19.1 


61.6 


14.6 


50.9 


11.5 


18.9 


63.9 


21.5 



282 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 


Municipality 

Population 


Thorold 
4,935 


Tilbury 
1,992 


Tillson- 
burg 
3,257 


Toronto 
569,899 


Toronto 
Twp. 
7,914 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
969.46 


$ c 

6,886.90 

13,937.52 

34,559.35 


$ c. 
3,652,695.98 
12,656,852.07 
5,364,582.79 
3,607,412.09 
2,741,107.03 
2,662,021.89 
442,006.08 


$ c 
6,307.53 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


29,417.35 


11,106.75 


156,021.23 


Line transformers 


11,401.48 

18,254.52 

2,618.66 


11,262.89 
7,120.56 
1,001.16 


13,614.76 
14,326.27 

3,166.83 
510.67 

2,858.99 


34,780.75 


Meters .... 


25,633.97 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 


3,674.84 


5,097.37 
23,643.54 


1,350.18 


2,130,040.89 


2,465.23 


3,049.47 




3,529,167.05 


619.65 








Total plant 


90,432.92 
6,199.99 


35,860.47 

513.74 

10,000.00 

1,568.72 


89,861.29 

265.00 

22,000.00 

4,437.26 

3,194.00 


36,785,885.87 
49,360.33 


229,503.20 


Bank and cash balance 


20.00 






Accounts receivable 


5,146.74 
56.33 


2,028,562.15 

728,349.96 

4,895,748.19 

5,999,532.06 


8,331.31 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures 






Equity in hydro systems 


20,705.63 


15,042.43 


30,823.97 


24,687.29 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


122,541.61 


62,985.36 


150,581.52 


50,487,438.56 


262,541.80 


Deficit. . 
















Total 


122,541.61 


62,985.36 


150,581.52 


50,487,438.56 


262,541.80 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,815.88 


8,764.50 


14,905.40 


25,835,492.74 
1,506,629.03 


54,117.58 


Accounts payable 


1,488.62 


Bank overdraft 






2,272.34 
1,676.00 


10,221.81 


Other liabilities 


1,435.50 






1,188.81 












3,251.38 


8,764.50 


18,853.74 


27,342,121.77 


67,016.82 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


20,705.63 
22,018.73 


15,042.43 
7,449.79 


30,823.97 
23,270.81 


5,999,532.06 
5,573,310.47 
1,119,767.17 


24,687.29 
57,826.00 


Other reserves. . 














Total reserves 


42,724.36 


22,492.22 


54,094.78 


12,692,609.70 


82,513.29 






Surplus 


3,184.12 


5,235.50 


21,094.60 


3,515,507.26 
4,895,748.19 
2,041,451.64 


24,882.42 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


73,381.75 


26,493.14 


56,538.40 


88,129.27 


Total surplus. . .. 


76,565.87 


31,728.64 


77,633.00 


10,452,707.09 


113,011.69 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


122,541.61 


62,985.36 


150,581.52 


50,487,438.56 


262,541.80 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


3.2 


18.3 


15.7 


56.7 


28.2 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



" A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Trafalgar 

Twp. 

Zone No. 1 

3,834 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Zone No. 2 


Walkerville 
1,028 


Wallace- 
burg 
4,234 


Wardsville 
224 


Waterdown 
871 


Waterford 
1,070 


Waterloo 
7,459 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c 
146,228.31 
153,572.21 
144,077.17 


$ c. 

37,210.62 

9,408.37 

52,495.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200.00 


'$ c. 


$ c 
14,221.41 










63,189.29 


19,667.01 


7,522.15 


4,700.83 


13,145.23 


14,704.46 


72,810.20 


7,640.28 
3,885.63 


1,247.18 
842.60 


88,373.27 
64,612.50 


33,793.50 

18,509.11 

2,937.48 


990.61 

1,095.84 

519.36 


3,623.37 

4,877.89 

583.81 


5,981.97 
5,614.88 
2,496.22 


32,879.53 

32,079.85 

7,500.46 






178,374.37 
35,679.19 


5,836.73 


1,565.33 


278.16 


9,922.73 


488.73 


376.46 


442.53 


5,342.03 






18,335.05 


20,941.07 


193.94 






24,310 67 












32,758.25 
1,090.85 


9,890.09 
5,326.67 


829,252.07 
38,467.31 


185,218.42 
5,354.91 


7,989.31 

360.33 

1,000.00 

290.51 


22,806.76 

902.69 
3,500.00 
2,740.53 


29,240.06 

25.00 

8,000.00 

594.16 

11.24 


258,170.17 






238.06 


154.50 


94,877.59 
42,204.85 


13,422.14 
5,087.85 


14,839.62 
1,098.40 










5,760.00 






212,834.82 
1,803.33 


64,327.16 


992.25 


8,699.12 


10,297.65 


90,056.22 




















34,087.16 


15,371.26 


1,219,439.97 


273,410.48 


10,632.40 


38,649.10 


48,168.11 


369,924.41 


















34,087.16 


15,371.26 


1,219,439.97 


273,410.48 


10,632.40 


38,649.10 


48,168.11 


369,924.41 


16,049.08 




194,253.39 
93,420.25 


54,670.37 


5,409.74 


1,418.13 
13.67 




69,519.44 




15,000.00 


7,240.09 








786.94 


1,792.81 






195,576.87 


999.47 


















16,049.08 


15,000.00 


483,250.51 


55,669.84 


5,409.74 


1,431.80 


786.94 


78,552.34 






212,834.82 

73,681.66 

3,411.18 


64,327.16 

25,635.69 

440.00 


992.25 
1,156.00 


8,699.12 
6,559.09 


10,297.65 
6,757.32 


90,056.22 
70,546.59 


7,896.67 


192.00 














7,896.67 


192.00 


289,927.66 


90,402.85 


2,148.25 


15,258.21 


17,054.97 


160,602.81 


3,377.33 




105,005.61 


16,866.21 


2,152.66 


6,581.87 


7,745.53 


36,480.56 






5,760.00 


6,764.08 


179.26 


341,256.19 


110,471.58 


921.75 


15,377.22 


22,580.67 


88,528.70 


10,141.41 


179.26 


446,261.80 


127,337.79 


3,074.41 


21,959.09 


30,326.20 


130,769.26 


34,087.16 


15,371.26 


1,219,439.97 


273,410.48 


10,632.40 


38,649.10 


48,168.11 


369,924.41 


47.1 


97.6 


48 


26.6 


56.1 


4.8 


2 


26.6 



284 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continu ed 



Municipality 


Watford 
1,030 


Welland 
10,085 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
795 




Population 


4,190 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

36,332.64 

50,846.29 

127,272.61 

2,063.00 
50,839.01 
52,360.69 

4,416.22 
27,252.86 
10,842.27 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

7,721.81 

31,822.27 

54,427.66 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


15,163.88 


5,467.36 


11,327.87 


Line transformers 


4,881.94 

4,783.39 

716.83 


2,153.50 

2,241.70 

545.11 


4,738.99 

3,053.33 

615.97 


33,630.71 

19,250.60 

8,095.88 

20,729.13 


Meteis 


Street light equipment, regular . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,666.94 


102.05 


347.14 


8,800.53 


Old plant 


657.44 


51,344.53 




1,250.00 








Total plant 


27,870.42 

2,433.48 

2,000.00 

1,527.09 

50.00 


413,570.12 

9,968.32 

5,181.23 
10,875.22 

3,868.12 
75,912.19 
98,132.07 

2,416.15 


10,509.72 
1,594.77 


21,333.30 

952.31 
1,000.00 


184,478.59 
5,548.63 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


405.21 
37.40 


12,978.67 
321 90 


Inventories 


22.03 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




Equity in hydro systems 


6,745.14 


6,651.87 


11,726.59 


78,289.84 


Other assets 


982.26 












Total assets 


40,626.13 


619 923 42 


19,198.97 


35,034.23 


282,599.89 


Deficit 


1 














Total 


40,626.13 


619,923.42 


19,198.97 


35,034.23 


282,599.89 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,180.22 
• 836.79 


253,578.32 
21.45 


3,650.23 


6,089.49 

2,478.24 


49,584.59 


Accounts payable 


5,000.00 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 




33,257.86 






982.26 












Total liabilities 


5,017.01 


286,857.63 


3,650.23 


8,567.73 


55,566.85 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


6,745.14 
3,236.14 


98,132.07 
89,849.03 


6,651.87 
1,379.80 


11,726.59 
4,253.12 


78,289.84 
22,607.53 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


9,981.28 


187,981.10 


8,031.67 


15,979.71 


100,897.37 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,532.99 


21,421.68 
75,912.19 

47,750.82 


3,849.77 


1,910.51 


20,447.85 


Local sinking fund. . 




Additional operating surplus 


20,094.85 


3,667.30 


8,576.28 


105,687.82 


Total surplus 


25,627.84 


145.084.69 


7,517.07 


10,486.79 


126,135.67 








Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


40,626.13 619,923.42 


19,198.97 


35,034.23 


282,599.89 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


14.8 


47.3 


29.1 


36.8 


.27.1 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Wheatley 
738 


Windsor 
66,893 


Wood- 
bridge 
717 


Wood- 
stock 
10,195 


Wyoming 
490 


York 
Twp. 
51,584 


E. York 
Twp. 
25,100 


N. York 
Twp. 
9,510 


$ c. 


$ c 
257,435.23 
587,352.12 
774,773.63 

10,720.59 
329,632.24 
324,531.73 

46,300.98 
617,958.82 
132,021.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 
35,383.01 
87,175.52 
93,793.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

16,735.24 

8,085.33 

238,343.44 


$ c 

26,996.06 

17 15 










12,458.46 


12,786.55 


6,873.74 


641,176.30 


238,519.70 


3,349.35 


5,402.42 

3,825.47 

423.26 


52,029.69 
50,553.32 
11,821.22 


1,257.61 

2,077.38 
283.92 




48,437.80 

116,199.35 

16,860.25 

955.29 

15,228.34 


44,370.61 
29,613.22 


2,902.04 




1,458.51 


44,410.17 




12,467.01 
12,769.26 


638.95 


627.35 


2,711.82 


805.20 


19,070.96 


2,569.50 


142,140.11 




























23,376.81 
3,404.73 


3,222,866.78 

13,349.96 
122,076.74 
212,502.88 
113,672.44 
120,674.44 
631,682.98 
4,620.92 


23,065.05 

468 . 29 
3,000.00 
1,390.78 


333,467.58 

25,343.51 
27,000.00 
15,466.41 
1,893.27 
39,416.47 
127,284.27 


11,297.85 
179.85 


704,657.43 
64,365.03 


460,845.04 

7,155.26 

3,254.38 

28,268.13 

6,810.19 


364,753.01 

7,781.92 


334.48 


162.61 


66,687.48 


10,660.45 
41 93 












3,019.42 


9,975.03 


2,739.58 




47,209.36 


16,098.31 
5,198.49 




10,454.62 












30,135.44 


4,441,447.14 


37,899.15 


569,871.51 


14,379.89 
1,150.95 


846,164.56 


553,542.36 


404,534.11 
















30,135.44 


4,441,447.14 


37,899.15 


569,871.51 


15,530.84 


846,164.56 


553,542.36 


404,534.11 


10,431.92 


1,632,892.14 
71,581.19 


6,118.71 
1,969.94 


80,007.31 


50.00 


494,529.93 


313,527.35 
15,352.07 


242,219.65 
49,790.11 












665,409.18 


26.50 


4,253.94 






9,808.13 


17,912.48 










10,431.92 


2,369,882.51 


8,115.15 


84,261.25 


4,441.98 


494,529.93 


338,687.55 


309,922.24 


3,019.42 


631,682.98 

281,823.52 

24,576.74 


9,975.03 
5,972.42 


127,284.27 

92,120.90 

9,562.00 


3,041.26 




47,209.36 
30,080.96 


16,098.31 


1,772.00 


86,934.13 


27,059.87 














4,791.42 


938,083.24 


15,947.45 


228,967.17 




86,934.13 


77,290.32 


43,158.18 


2,568.08 


357,107.89 
120,674.44 
655,699.06 


2,381.26 


47,378.32 

39,416.47 

169, 848. 3C 


5,308.02 


105,470.07 


43,540.43 


20,802.22 


12,344.02 


11,455.29 




159,230.43 


94,024.06 


30,651.47 








14,912.10 


1,133,481.39 


13,836.55 


256,643.09 


5,308.02 


264,700.50 


137,564. 4S 


51,453.69 


30,135.44 


4,441,447.14 


37,899.15 


569,871.51 


15,530.84 


846,164.56 


553,542. 3( 


» 404,534.11 


38.5 


60.9 


29.1 


11.1 


38.2 


58.4 


66.9 


79.8 



286 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Alliston 
1,329 


Arthur 
1,010 


Barrie 


Population 


7,365 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,671,108.30 

16,917,227.39 

14,734.115,17 

4,464,018.82! 

6,331,675.02 

6,176,281.10 

1,200,524.39 

1,342,466.69 

3,128,028.67 

25,143.54 

4,286,936.24 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
14,198.21 


Substation equipment 




675.73 

22,887.85 




5,615.98 


Distribution system, overhead . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


6,908.97 


16,741.76 


46,342.96 
63,652.35 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


1,927.69 

2,176.31 

471.82 


5,895.51 
6,157.63 
1,428.88 


4,163.78 

3,129.04 

749.21 


28,908.90 
35,663.64 

5,537.37 
6,516.82 


240.77 


2,557.52 


369.52 


2,027.31 


Old plant 


150.00 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 


41,348.61 






Total plant 


11,875.56 

291.25 

2,000.00 

650.15 


65,277,525.33 

585,982.13 

658,071.03 

4,090,207.63 

1,217,439.39 

6,541,607.00 

13,576,702.95 

135,692.38 


47,449.61 
9,805.62 


26,239.93 
55.12 


249,812.15 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 


5,747.78 


Accounts receivable 


1,608.65 


1,018.26 


12,741.90 


Inventories 


1,308.63 


Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in hydro systems 

Other assets 


4,710.23 


5,981.93 


6,501.29 


38,877.85 












Total assets 


19,527.19 


92,083,227.84 
9,778.86 


64,845.81 


33,814.60 
7,394.11 


308,488.31 


Deficit 












Total 


19,527.19 


92,093,006.70 


64,845.81 


41,208.71 


308,488.31 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,388.71 
50.00 


38,373,704.81 

2,779,218.19 

258,027.35 

1,589,031.02 


31,065.37 
3,487.97 


20,293.69 
1,027.54 


14,045.01 


Accounts payable 


5,257.50 


Bank overdraft 


4,979.57 


Other liabilities 




















Total liabilities 


4,438.71 


42,999,981.37 


34,553.34 


21,321.23 


24,282.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


4,710.23 
2,814.43 


13,576,702.95 

10,043,716.94 

1,252,659.45 


5,981.93 
10,919.73 


6,501.29 
8,679.88 


38,877.85 
44,927.50 


Other reserves 


700.00 












Total reserves 


7,524.66 


24,873,079.34 


16,901.66 


15,181.17 


84,505.35 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


1,202.90 


7,577,487.61 
6,750,114.32 
9,892,344.06 


8,934.63 


4,706.31 


72,954.99 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


6,360.92 


4,456.18 




126,745.89 






Total surplus: 


7,563.82 


24,219,945.99 


13,390.81 


4,706.31 


199,700.88 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


19,527.19 


92,093,006.70 


64,845.81 


41,208.71 


308,488.31 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


30 


50.7 


58.7 


78.1 


9 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



' * A' '—Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Beaverton 
1,018 


Beeton 
560 


Bradford 
915 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
889 


Chats- 
worth 
316 


Chesley 
1,801 


Coldwater 
610 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
221.00 


$ c. 


$ c 
275 00 




428.50 
11,464.03 


388.50 
17,758.83 






595.98 
19,269.27 




22,186.04 


1,679.67 


9,104.14 


4,412.84 


7,464.22 


6,780.39 
5,829.75 
1,183.99 


2,177.42 
1,652.54 
1,149.64 


2,605.82 

3,267.73 

544.95 


1,031.71 
576.02 
168.69 


2,872.60 

3,870.30 

641 . 70 


1,014.91 

1,139.13 

500.43 


5,763.72 
6,689.88 
1,097.93 


2,628.26 

2,689.37 

399.16 


2,445.56 


1,389.69 


1,828.94 


546.92 


587.33 


385.90 


3,496.32 


145.03 


3,772.42 








3,609.37 




5,503.60 
















42,497.65 
2,129.52 


18,261.82 


26,394.77 

3,119.60 

3,000.00 

1,055.54 

3.93 


4,003.01 
32.11 


20,685.44 

2,833.82 

2,326.62 

2,076.77 

262.05 


7,674.21 
1,985.56 


42,416.70 

280.97 

10,000.00 

2,196.84 

162.48 


13,601.04 
1,170.43 


4.000.00 




6,000.00 


2,705.51 
155.42 


1,890.93 
2.14 


1,457.28 


523.52 


1,938.64 






2,286.53 
1,319.91 




7,786.49 


4,901.70 


5,522.74 
35.00 


3,291.21 


5,905.35 


10,466.03 


3,653.48 
















59,274.59 


25,056.59 
2,189.03 


39,131.58 


8,783.61 


34,090.05 


13,789.73 


65,523.02 


26,363.59 
















59,274.59 


27,245.62 


39,131.58 


8,783.61 


34,090.05 


13,789.73 


65,523.02 


26,363.59 


8,839.22 
2,489.26 


11,792.51 

2,436.40 

498.19 


21,248.73 
576.62 


2,517.40 


10,212.67 
67.43 


4,898.28 
230.40 


12,168.11 


4,618.64 










250.00 


35.00 










23 00 
















11,578.48 


14,727.10 


21,860.35 


2,517.40 


10,280.10 


5,128.68 


12,168.11 


4,641.64 


7,786.49 
8,359.59 


4,901.70 
4,409.33 


5,522.74 
6,151.01 


3,291.21 
1,314.06 


5,905.35 

5,778.45 


1,319.91 
1,962.26 


10,466.03 
9,856.53 


3,653.48 
5,403.51 


















16,146.08 


9,311.03 


11,673.75 


4,605.27 


11,683.80 


3,282.17 


20,322.56 


9,056.99 


6,160.78 


3,207.49 


3,951.27 


693.52 


4,787.33 


501.72 

2,286.53 
2,590.63 


15,331.89 


2,381.36 


25,389.25 




1,646.21 


967.42 


7,338.82 


17,700.46 


10,283.60 








31,550.03 


3,207.49 


5,597.48 


1,660.94 


12,126.15 


5,378.88 


33,032.35 


12,664.96 


59,274.59 


27,245.62 


39,131.58 


8,783.61 


34,090.05 


13,789.73 


65,523.02 


26,363.59 


22.5 


73.1 


65 


45.8 


36 


27.9 


22.1 


20.4 



288 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Colling- 
wood 
5,652 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


Creemore 
605 


Dundalk 
560 


Durham 


Population 


1,720 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
14,598.66 
11,203.24 
46,665.46 


$ c. 

60.00 

392.95 

9,073.10 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$c. 
56 59 


Substation equipment 






546 02 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


6,065.98 


7,290.49 


18,917.28 


Line transformers 


14,515.30 

22,277.92 

2,813.56 


2,020.72 

1,594.49 

514.21 


1,876.49 

2,610.86 

295.27 


3,230.22 
2,108.87 
1,033.64 


6,647.55 
5,407 31 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


1,210.77 


8,658.95 


1,499.15 


185.41 


483.19 


1,077.32 


Old plant . 


473.20 




2,651.15 


380.94 


2,091 39 








Total plant 


121,206.29 


15,154.62 


13,685.16 


14,527.35 


35,954.23 






Bank and cash balance 




1,174.52 






3,914.83 




40,000.00 

12,936.62 

981.11 


5,000.00 

1,285.84 
37.80 


5,000.00 

1,415.11 

24.20 


18 000 00 


Accounts receivable 


784.59 


2,454.96 


Inventories 


9.98 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in hydro systems 


52,080.68 


1,480.11 


4,010.90 


3,649.56 


10,555.57 


Other assets 
















Total assets 


227,204.70 


18,593.84 
758.96 


24,019.70 


24,616.22 


70,889.57 


Deficit. . 














Total 


227,204.70 


19,352.80 


24,019.70 


24,616.22 


70,889.57 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


6,573.22 
5,570.66 
9,878.09 
1,605.95 


9,041.10 
234.91 


2,387.30 
101.59 
689.20 


2,091.74 

449.18 

1,149.36 




Accounts payable . 


146.45 


Bank overdraft. . 




Other liabilities. . 
















Total liabilities 


23,627.92 


9,276.01 


3,178.09 


3,690.28 


10,096.18 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation .... 


52,080.68 
34,016.49 


1,480.11 
4,137.78 


4,010.90 
3,105.57 


3,649.56 
2,606.34 


10,555.57 
8,714.66 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


86,097.17 


5,617.89 


7,116.47 


6,255.90 








Surplus 
Debentures paid 


36,031.37 


4,458.90 


4,112.70 


4,245.16 


15,850.27 


Local sinking fund. . 




Additional operating surplus 


81,448.24 




9,612.44 


10,424.88 


25,672.89 






Total surplus 


117,479.61 


4,458.90 


13,725.14 


14,670.04 


41,523.16 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


227,204.70 


19,352.80 


24,019.70 


24,616.22 


70,889.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


13.5 


54.2 


15.9 


17.6 


16.7 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
442 


Grand 

Valley 

546 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,846 


Hanover 

2,785 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,670 


$ c. 
106.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 

2,827.29 

6,372.35 

20,574.49 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

* 9,271.19 

47,493.38 


$ c. 


$ c. 
353.52 


2,273.07 








647.30 


7,780.34 


4,780.39 


5,143.13 


9,689.28 


2,102.68 


12,696.85 


3,450.35 
2,842.05 

388.77 


803.88 
820.76 
302.28 


922.30 

1,621.73 

492.25 


1,374.97 

2,241.05 

468.72 


5,009.41 
7,048.09 
655.27 
3,249.44 
1,633.15 


16,036.05 

14,429.49 

2,326.30 


555.22 
481.22 
168.69 


5,063.31 
7,547.68 
2,240.20 


510.13 


1,093.62 


887.26 


205.70 


6,652.27 


205.93 


532.02 








919.85 


26,976.29 


2.370.91 




5,436.20 














17,350.96 


7,800.93 


9,066.67 


14,936.07 


74,345.78 


101,580.91 


3,513.74 


34,517.08 


1,271.12 
2,000.00 


1,687.11 


2,582.83 


2,261.83 
4,221.19 
1,834.43 


7,413.23 
9,800.00 
5,917.28 
1,263.57 
5,654.74 
5,938.63 


7,928.20 

27,735.65 

5,769.03 


181.04 


3,652.79 
8,000.00 


420.34 


366.76 


829.07 


345.91 
54.81 


4,757.10 
1,635.58 




292.32 
1,044.13 










5,842.01 


2,051.03 


3,794.52 


28,174.39 


1,217.28 


18,218.66 


















26,884.43 


11,191.25 


14,529.60 


27,048.04 


110,333.23 


171,188.18 


5,312.78 
4,632.43 


70,781.21 
















26,884.43 


11,191.25 


14,529.60 


27,048.04 


110,333.23 


171,188.18 


9,945.21 


70,781.21 


91.25 


4,182.48 


36.44 


5,353.66 
493.00 


20,235.12 
7,633.62 


53,370.90 
5,962.22 


1,016.12 
5,127.69 


100.00 






















150.00 


















4,368.69 


4,182.48 


4,735.79 


5,846.66 


27,868.74 


59,333.12 


6,143.81 


7,160.55 


4,964.89 


1,044.13 
1,958.09 


2,580.30 


3,794.52 
4,664.71 


5,938.63 
13,195.69 


28,174.39 
26,325.48 


1,217.28 
838.19 


18,218.66 
8,828.48 


















10,806.90 


3,002.22 


4,631.33 


8,459.23 


19,134.32 


54,499.87 


2,055.47 


27,047.14 


2,722.56 


3,017.52 
292.32 
696.71 


2,000.65 


5,646.34 


43,733.32 

5,654.74 

13,942.11 


34,129.10 


1,745.93 


14,222.99 


8,986.28 


3,161.83 


7,095.81 


23,226.09 




22,350.53 








11,708.84 


4,006.55 


5,162.48 


12,742.15 


63,330.17 


57,355.19 


1,745.93 


36,573.52 


26,884.43 


11,191.25 


14,529.60 


27,048.04 


110,333.23 


171,188.18 


9,945.21 


70,781.21 


20.7 

■ 


39.4 


37.9 


25.1 


22.4 


41.5 


150 


13.6 



10H. E, 



290 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kincardine 
2,131 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,062 


Markdale 
797 


Meaford 


Population 


2,747 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 

6,389.46 

2,794.20 

37,211.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
1,104 93 






780.80 
9,062.55 


2,484.99 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


5,113.67 


16,459.40 


28,611.17 


Line transformers 

Meters 


7,990.68 
8,498.87 
3,914.51 


557.90 
584.64 
379.00 


3,344.97 
4,141.00 
1,282.21 


2,997.21 
2,898.69 
1,064.92 


6,659.57 
7,224.08 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,811.37 


5,578.52 


301.53 


2,351.86 


640.79 


2,379.38 


Old plant 








2,080.65 


3,057.26 












Total plant « 


72,377.99 
4,954.43 


6,936.74 
647.76 


27,579.44 

935.45 
2,000.00 
2,322.97 


19,525.61 

854.47 

3,500.00 

687.46 

286.39 


54,332.75 


Bank and cash balance 


1,545.54 


Securities and investments 


15,887.31 


Accounts receivable 


5,247.11 
1,003.06 


493.15 


3,066.76 


Inventories. . , 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in hydro systems 


8,548.97 


974.01 


4,251.15 


2,651.06 


5,485.57 


Other assets 


495 . 62 














Total assets 


92,131.56 


9,051.66 
609.58 


37,089.01 


27,504.99 


80,813.55 


Deficits 














Total 


92,131.56 


9,661.24 


37,089.01 


27,504.99 


80,813.55 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


42,762.79 
2,111.80 


4,125.78 
1,187.39 


14,350.81 
8.10 


6,608.18 


39,114.46 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities. . 




188.65 




20.00 


461.91 










Total liabilities 


44,874.59 


5,501.82 


14,358.91 


6,628.18 


39,576.37 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


8,548.97 
9,762.88 


974.01 
1,311.19 


4,251.15 
3,000.43 


2,651.06 
5,078.54 


5,485.57 
5,572.81 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


18,311.85 


2,285.20 


7,251.58 


7,729.60 


11,058.38 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


21,437.21 


1,874.22 


5,372.55 


2,391.82 


10,245.74 


Local sinking fund. 




Additional operating surplus 


7,507.91 




10,105.97 


10,755.39 


19,933.06 






Total surplus 


28,945.12 


1,874.22 


15,478.52 


13,147.21 


30,178.80 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


92,131.56 


9,661.24 


37,089.01 


27,504.99 


80,813.55 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


53.7 


68.1 


43.7 


20.2 


52.5 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



44 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Midland 
7,820 


Mount 
Forest 
1,911 


Neustadt 
408 


Orangeville 
2,679 


Owen 
Sound 
12,368 


Paisley 
730 


Penetang- 
uishene 
3,985 


$ c. 
19,786.05 


$ c. 

3,725.00 

686.75 

20,940.99 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

30,178.09 


$ c. 
25,978.31 
11,999.17 
99,330.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,151.00 


85,096.20 




1,933.26 
11,055.80 


7,076.39 


91,304.22 


9,939.60 


40,004.63 


20,748.83 

34,653.39 

6,476.32 

11,904.53 


5,728.01 
6,264.44 
2,281.55 


4,281.59 

2,017.85 

496.41 


5,181.34 
9,679.44 
1,306.59 
166.81 
6,006.09 


40,466.67 
52,611.72 
14,197.94 
12,311.47 
3,918.36 
33,282.00 


1,576.74 
2,761.96 
1,037.03 


14,204.72 

12,693.61 

2,860.64 


8,147.97 


2,246.40 


1,521.48 


668.75 


2,230.10 


14,315.62 


3,958.97 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


1,745.00 


4,017.05 








292,433.13 
34,670.03 


45,832.11 

2,907.86 

8,000.00 

3,381.22 

114.85 


19,354.53 


59,477.42 
643.24 


294,096.45 
10,717.06 


20,778.54 

277.50 

2,500.00 

911.93 


85,238.14 
3,034.28 






1,625.42 


11,288.28 
5,170.94 


12.65 


5,067.90 
159.10 


22,268.01 

8,552.68 

15,631.71 

52,484.69 

9,893.33 


4,884.45 
746.87 








76,875.64 


9,413.04 


3,472.70 


10,877.79 
762.43 


2,427.10 


23,840.65 












420,438.02 


69,649.08 


22,839.88 
10,000.61 


76,987.88 


413,643.93 


26,895.07 


119,369.81 














420,438.02 


69,649.08 


32,840.49 


76,987.88 


413,643.93 


26,895.07 


119,369.81 


50,822.96 
13,805.64 


15,382.35 


10,399.66 

7,272.64 

301.31 


16,664.72 
3,036.61 


20,000.00 
18,041.92 


12,839.31 


22,644.52 










444.27 






1,852.95 


400.00 














65,072.87 


15,382.35 


17,973.61 


19,701.33 


39,894.87 


13,239.31 


22,644.52 


76.875.64 
76,319.15 


9,413.04 
10,789.03 


3,472.70 
4,793.84 


10,877.79 

13,048.68 

762.43 


52,484.69 

39,014.71 

9,893.33 


2,427.10 
1,930.15 


23,840.65 
23,601.45 












153,194.79 


20,202.07 


8,266.54 


24,688.90 


101,392.73 


4,357.25 


47,442.10 


61,247.03 


15,576.25 


6,600.34 


19,235.28 


121,000.00 

15,631.71 

135,724.62 


3,160.69 


18,355.48 


140,923.33 


18,488.41 




13,362.37 


6,137.82 


30,927.71 








202,170.36 


34,064.66 


6,600.34 


32,597.65 


272,356.33 


9,298.51 


49,283.19 


420,438.02 


69,649.08 


32,840.49 


76,987.88 


413,643.93 


26,895.07 


119,369.81 


18.9 


25.5 


92.8 


29.8 


7 


54.1 


23.7 



292 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 

McNicoll 

879 


Port 
Perry 
1,150 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
449 


Shelburne 


Population 


1,120 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
202 . 60 


$ c. 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c 


$ c. 
800 00 


Substation equipment 


2,564.65 
18,254.85 




566 60 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


7,206.45 


4,641.50 


9,069.27 


13,861.57 


Line transformers 


1,248.32 

2,167.83 

225.81 


3,727.36 
3,535.53 
1,030.40 


549.70 
341.25 
139.88 


2,885.36 

1,030.26 

844.33 


4,214.51 


Meters 


5,824.42 
1,037.70 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


672.85 


815.17 


833.90 


1,164.99 


2,277.07 


Old plant 










739.50 














Total plant 

Bank and cash balance 


11,723.86 
1,484.67 


29,927.96 

2,194.39 
7,946.66 
2,686.12 


6,574.23 
47.41 


14,994.21 
2,594.08 


29,321.37 
3,152.66 




5,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


545.05 
28.28 


40.00 


682.65 


1,910.89 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures.. 










Equity in hydro systems 


1,810.27 


3,567.90 


399.12 


2,023.11 


5,951.65 


Other assets 
















Total assets 

Deficit. . , 


15,592.13 


46,323.03 


7,060.76 
4,412.99 


20,294.05 


45,336.57 












Total 


15,592.13 


46,323.03 


11,473.75 


20,294.05 


45,336.57 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,846.67 


17,706.89 
881.96 


4,374.91 
3,073.73 


11,791.65 
435.42 


9,221.09 


Accounts payable 


1,535.58 


Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 




36.00 




28.85 












Total liabilities 


3,846.67 


18,624.85 


7,448.64 


12,255.92 


10,756.67 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


1,810.27 
3,095.29 


3,567.90 
3,648.07 


399.12 
1,000.90 


2,023.11 
2,068.18 


5,951.65 
7,046.28 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


4,905.56 


7,215.97 


1,400.02 


4,091.29 


12,997.93 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,453.33 


2,174.77 


2,625.09 


2,180.29 


10,698.91 


Local sinking fund 




Additional operating surplus 


3,386.57 


18,307.44 




1,766.55 


10,883.06 








Total surplus-. 


6,839.90 


20,482.21 


2,625.09 


3,946.84 


21,581.97 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


15,592.13 


46,323.03 


11,473.75 


20,294.05 


45,336.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


27.9 


43.5 


111.8 


67 


27.3 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



4 «A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Stayner 
967 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
453 


Teeswater 
813 


Thornton* 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

535 


Uxbridge 
1,417 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
40.00 


200 . 00 






330.31 
14,678.49 




358.50 
7,972.78 


2,657.65 


11,264.01 


3,827.24 


10,590.02 


6,406.51 


12,501.16 


4,698.90 

4,451.36 

868.50 


1,269.15 

1,753.67 

282.89 


1,734.39 

1,515.46 

430.59 


3,098.66 
3,109.01 
1,381.62 


860.41 
682.86 
375.90 


1,117.48 

1,741.72 

460.17 


3,216.68 

3,781.25 
1,214.74 


321.33 


154.72 


1,243.96 


1,733.50 


300.35 


1,265.68 


843 . 50 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 




4,976.86 




286.45 












25,936.51 


9,317.67 
1,116.45 


15,514.42 
1,514.51 


29,308.45 

2,019.49 

1,000.00 

528.90 


8,626.03 
74.69 


13,202.78 
781.03 


24,254.98 
522.66 


7,000.00 


8,000.00 


989.71 


1,381.76 


17.11 


506.39 


943.40 


2,665.80 
















5,168.42 


4,258.20 


2,893.54 


3,665.78 


1,039.59 


3,058.25 
21.11 


3,815.01 














39,094.64 


16,074.08 


19,939.58 
5,185.91 


36,522.62 


10,246.70 


18,006.57 


39,258.45 










39,094.64 


16,074.08 


25,125.49 


36,522.62 


15,385.71 


21,295.47 


39,258.45 


5,152.80 


4,182.46 


8,984.07 


16,290.04 


4,950.40 


9,053.48 


15,436.35 


569 88 














21.00 
















5,854.72 


4,593.64 


11,364.83 


17,053.05 


9,181.67 


11,163.23 


15,436.35 


5,168.42 


4,258.20 


2,893.54 


3,665.78 


1,039.59 


3,058.25 


3,815.01 
















11,355.84 


6,577.36 


7,244.73 


6,423.61 


3,654.44 


6,218.62 


6,291.09 


8,847.20 


2,617.54 


6,515.93 


11,709.96 


2,549.60 


3,913.62 


771.24 


13,036.88 


2,285.54 




1,336.00 






16,759.77 












21,884.08 


4,903.08 


6,515.93 


13,045.96 


2,549.60 


3,913.62 


17,531.01 


39,094.64 


16,074.08 


25,125.49 


36,522.62 


15,385.71 


21,295.47 


39,258.45 


17.3 


38.8 


66.6 


51.9 


99.7 


74.6 


43.5 



294 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 






GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Victoria 
Harbor 

1,382 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wingham 
2,266 


Woodville 
407 


GEORGIAN 
BAY 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,423.66 

4,699.84 

34,120.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 
107,287.92 


Substation equipment 






163,809.12 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


7,623.96 


4,623.33 


2,843.93 


946,282.34 
63,652.35 


Line transformers 


1,120.25 

2,169.16 

337.47 


1,054.81 

1,361.47 

221.79 


13,864.85 

11,821.83 

3,292.12 


1,760.09 

1,829.31 

127.31 


285,507.94 


Meters 


332,842.63 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


76,691.59 
34,149.07 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


667.12 


257.66 


4,809.68 
13,592.99 
12,327.52 


251.91 


93,008.76 
46,874.99 


Old plant 






2,182.50 


164,619.42 










Total plant 


11,917.96 
2,199.31 


7,519.06 
2,733.68 


106,952.62 

30.00 

6,000.00 

10,991.31 

4,000.12 


8,995.05 

566.81 

6,500.00 

640.70 


2,314,726.13 


Bank and cash balance 


135,699.71 


Securities and investments 


225,790.63 


Accounts receivable 


568.30 


578.14 


153,639.00 


Inventories 


25,963.99 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








23,865.30 


Equity in hydro systems 


2,197.20 


1,236.48 


9,914.92 


4,376.75 


488,944.01 


Other assets 


11,207.49 














Total assets 


16,882.77 


12,067.36 


137,888.97 


21,079.31 


3,379,836.26 


Deficit 


43,611.53 














Total 


16,882.77 


12,067.36 


137,888.97 


21,079. 3i 


3,423,447.79 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,717.18 


1,500.46 


49,667.06 

5.00 

2,154.71 

147.00 


3,723.65 
792.71 


696,103.04 


Accounts payable 


103,715.64 


Bank overdraft 






20,220.31 


Other liabilities 








5,664.58 












Total liabilities 


2,717.18 


1,500.46 


51,973.77 


4,516.36 


825,703.57 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems.. . 
For depreciation 


2,197.20 
3,423.04 


1,236.48 
1,721.10 


9,914.92 
14,640.19 


4,376.75 
1,538.92 


488,944.01 
479,970.25 


Other reserves 


11,355.76 














Total reserves. 


5,620.24 


2,957.58 


24,555.11 


5,915.67 


980,270.02 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,782.82 


1,999.54 


46,438.44 


1,776.35 


694,079.34 


Local sinking fund 


23,865.30 


Additional operating surplus 


4,762.53 


5,609.78 


14,921.65 


8,870.93 


899,529.56 


Total surplus 


8,545.35 


7,609.32 


61,360.09 


10,647.28 


1,617,474.20 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


16,882.77 


12,067,36 


137,888.97 


21,079.31 


3,423,447.79 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


18.5 


13.8 


40.6 


27 


27.9 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



EASTERN 
SYSTEM 


ONTARIO 












Alexandria 

2,284 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
625* 


Belleville 

13,018** 


Bloomfield 

572 


Brockville 
9,322 


Carleton 
Place 
4,293 


$ c 
202.00 


$ c 
169.06 


$ c 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
27,994.53 

261.80 
71,345.57 


$ C. 
6,255.32 






1,848.99 
97,166.94 


410.00 
8,906.73 


2,471.63 


28,054.22 


2,816.15 


13,243.86 


35,924.23 


8,533.54 
6,582.04 
2,201.26 


1,224.99 
798.95 
421.12 


1,114.96 

1,970.25 

690.50 


19,962.36 
49,157.26 
13,387.88 


861.96 

2,469.33 

854.90 


28,814.81 
37,867.15 
19,076.04 


7,907.27 

14,478.98 

4,389.89 


5,542.75 


210.33 


1,008.41 


4,831.47 


1,403.42 


3,459.41 

54,579.81 

2,400.00 


3,523.25 


4,466.89 


709.55 








5,293.19 












55,582.70 
7,074.04 


6,350.15 
347.39 


18,027.98 
324.22 


186,354.90 


14,906.34 
4,760.79 


245,799.12 

22,403.60 

135,000.00 

18,457.00 

2,462.86 

103,935.24 

52,189.00 

79.07 


80,243.76 






11,000.00 


2,622.55 


66.78 


714.09 


27,830.51 
9,945.15 


277.59 


13,127.16 
92Q.76 












10,174.70 


944.92 


491.09 


9,050.24 


634.25 


20,955.41 














75,453.99 


7,709.24 
311.76 


19,557.38 


233,180.80 


20,578.97 


580,325.89 


126,247.09 














75,453.99 


8,021.00 


19,557.38 


233,180.80 


20,578.97 


580,325.89 


126,247.09 


29,487.01 
371.65 


4,465.10 
222.46 


13,598.49 
4,469.13 


176,000 00 
6,885.33 


8,685.40 


145,806.06 
11,108.49 


52,492.38 






833.87 


140.98 






4,035.39 




13.00 


520.00 












29,999.64 


4,687.56 


18,067.62 


186,920.72 


8,685.40 


156,927.55 


53,846.25 


10,174.70 

6,838.36 

325.25 


944.92 
853.62 


491.09 
340.00 


9,050.24 
3,630.00 


634.25 

2,826.57 


52,189.00 
43,831.78 


20,955.41 
6,300.06 
















17,338.31 


1,798.54 


831.09 


12,680.24 


3,460.82 


96,020.78 


27,255.47 


18,646.83 


1,534.90 


401.51 




2,514.60 


80,851.48 
103,935.24 
142,590.84 


13,507.62 








9,469.21 




257.16 


33,579.84 


5,918.15 


31,637.75 






28,116.04 


1,534.90 


658.67 


33,579.84 


8,432.75 


327,377.56 


45,145.37 


75,453.99 


8,021.00 


19,557.38 


233,180.80 


20,578.97 


580,325.89 


126,247.09 


46. 


69.3 


94.7 


83.4 


43.5 


12.5 


51.1 



*Eleven 
**Nine 



months' operation, 
months' operation. 



296 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. I 


Chester- 
ville 
1,013 


Finch 
344 


rlavelock 
1,134 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,269 


Kingston 


Population 


21,365 




Assets 

Lands and Buildings 


$ c. 
250.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

184,945.77 

53,649.06 

132,777.49 

109,786.34 

51,794.75 

88,691.53 

14,082.29 

51,755.83 

52,616.09 

14,386 30 


Substation equipment 




572.90 
19,562.27 




Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground 


7,525.97 


7,168.93 


18,353.92 


Line Transformers 


2,993.20 

3,548.23 

509.58 


1,263.85 

1,415.03 

335.50 


2,054.41 
5,255.65 
1,811.18 


4,408.73 
5,580.15 
1,063.16 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular.. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


610.68 


23.24 


4,479.83 


5,803.08 


Old plant 






2,420.45 




65,791 89 












Total plant. . . 


15,437.66 

10,989.45 

4,000 00 

1,070.90 

684.83 


10,206.55 
51.95 


36,156.69 

1,739.95 
2,500 00 
1,847.87 


35,209.04 

1,985.87 

18,000.00 

4,420.50 

795.31 


820,277.34 
6,199.53 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and Investments 


55,000 00 


Accounts receivable 


733.08 


24,604.01 


Inventories 


13,858 74 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






88,498 87 


Equity in Hydro systems 


11,502.44 


608.92 


1,456.46 


4,881.14 




Other assets 


1,250.00 














Total assets 


43,685.28 


11,600.50 


43,700.97 


65,291.86 


1,009,688.49 


Deficit 
















Total 


43,685.28 


11,600.50 




65,291.86 


1,009,688.49 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


3,299.21 


6,608.00 
1,408.06 


22,959.35 


21,366.23 
2,851.86 


219,711.37 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 
























Total liabilities 


3,299.21 


8,016.06 


22,959.35 


24,218.09 


219,711.37 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation. 


11,502.44 
5,754.79 


608.92 
203.00 


1,456.46 
4,147.56 


4,881.14 
4,117.10 




70,072.06 


Other reserves 


37,570.37 














Total reserves 


17,257.23 


811.92 


5,604.02 


8,998.24 


107,642.43 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,200.79 


392.00 


9,940.65 


3,633.77 


92,188.62 


Local sinking fund 


88,498.87 


Additional operating surplus 


19,928.05 


2,380.52 


5,196.95 


28,441.76 


501,647.20 


Total surplus 


23,128.84 


2,772.52 


15,137.60 


32,075.53 


682,334.69 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


43,685.28 


11,600.50 


43,700.97 


65,291.86 


1,009,688.49 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


10.3 


72.9 


54.3 


40. 


14.2 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Lakefield 
1,469 


Lanark 
579 


Lancaster 
560 


Lindsay 
7,231 


Marmora 
853 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 

774 


$ c. 
86.89 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 

10,215.52 

3,176.56 

64,364.62 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126.15 


$ c 










407.79 


20,678.98 


5,766.81 


6,094.04 


12,550.81 


2,623.20 


11,189.62 


4,125.73 
6,779.15 
1,831.52 


708.96 

1,458.12 

682.38 


962.35 

1,411.58 

650.65 


16,851.67 

29,008.90 

9,882.20 


2,070.43 
3,226.72 
1,088.59 


690.33 
684.10 
335.26 


1,339.45 
2,207.53 
1,582.34 


3,344.64 


321.60 


1,068.55 


1,320.15 


2,000.91 


653.27 


2,427.80 


3,445.25 








573.62 


















40,292.16 

4,895.55 


8,937.87 

171.62 

1,982.05 

826.39 


10,187.17 
1,060.88 


134,819.62 

2,793.48 

40,000.00 

1,210.23 

657.61 


21,511.08 

2,948.41 

1,000 00 

183.46 


5,112.31 

695.03 

1,000.00 

533.99 


19,154.53 


11,503.40 




1,130.12 




199.91 




















1,038.07 


1,589.45 


2,201.05 


8,178.65 


505.39 


564.75 


2,832.95 
















58,859.30 


13,507.38 


13,449.10 
9,132.78 


187,659.59 


26,148.34 


7,906.08 


22,187.39 
137.03 














58,859.30 


13,507.38 


22,581.88 


187,659.59 


26,148.34 


7,906.08 


22,324.42 


28,948.80 
1,027.58 


5,139.90 


5,909.34 
8,916.41 


126,068.46 
296.82 


10,962.55 


4,125.72 


10,834.85 

372.58 










905.42 


181.53 






1,301.50 


10.00 


3.00 


20.00 










30,157.91 


5,139.90 


14,825.75 


127,666.78 


10,972.55 


4,128.72 


12,132.85 


1,038.07 
6,258.90 


1,589.45 
1,109.67 


2,201.05 
1,494.00 


8,178.65 
5,275.60 


505.39 
2,564.17 


564.75 
735.60 


2,832.95 
2,193.47 
















7,296.97 


2,699.12 


3,695.05 


13,454.25 


3,069.56 


1,300.35 


5,026.42 


4,551.20 


2,421.57 


4,061.08 


3,931.54 


6,703.56 


1,874.28 


5,165.15 


16,853.22 


3,246.79 




42,607.02 


5,402.67 


602 . 73 










21,404.42 


5,668.36 


4,061.08 


46,538.56 


12,106.23 


2,477.01 


5,165.15 


58,859.30 


13,507.38 


22,581.88 


187,659.59 


26,148.34 


7,906.08 


22,324.42 


52.2 


43.1 


131.8 


71.1 


42.7 


56.2 


62.7 



298 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Norwood 

752 


Omemee 
511 


Oshawa 
20,609 


Perth 

3,712 


Peterboro' 


Population 


21,768 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,473.98 


$ c 

6,600.50 

3,492.82 

38,678.91 


$ c 
75,202.75 


Substation equipment 


457.53 
23,047.96 


360.32 
10,601.23 


86,021.62 


Distribution system, overhead. . . . 
Distribution system, underground. 


180,946.87 


164,962.72 


Line transformers 


3,664.69 
4,636.23 

1,848.52 


2,647.47 

2,369.06 

497.77 


38,969.34 
97,347.53 
14,893.67 


17,540.39 

18,860.18 

3,939.32 


85,117.29 
83,301.99 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


70,201.03 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


3,886.61 


1,540.92 


6,667.94 


5,969.89 


58,843.16 


Old plant 


2,447.51 




12,007.67 


23,638.69 


17,410.71 








Total plant 


39,989.05 

1,808.99 

4,000.00 

805.18 


18,016.77 

242.22 


352,307.00 


118,720.70 

8,719.67 
10,000.00 
14,903.13 

5,250.38 


641,061.27 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments. . 


43,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


89.32 


29,746.68 
16,919.78 


42,649.17 


Inventories 


9,789.67 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






136,312.97 


Equity in Hydro systems 

Other assets 


669.82 
278.74 




40,904.79 
1,743.39 


17,232.36 


29,989.22 














Total assets 


47,551.78 


18,348.31 


441,621.64 


174,826.24 


902,802.30 


Deficit 
















Total 


47,551.78 


18,348.31 


441,621.64 


174,826.24 


902,802.30 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


31,530.21 
176.42 


6,796.29 
247.50 


310,000.00 
20,622.72 


62,208.67 
15.08 


527,920.00 


Accounts payable 


25,731.81 


Bank overdraft 


21,798.38 


Other liabilities 


232.95 




11,317.42 


U38.50 










Total liabilities 


31,939.58 


7,043.79 


341,940.14 


63,362.25 


575,450.19 






Reserves 
For equity in H.E.P.C. systems. . 
For depreciation 


669.82 
5,509.14 




40,904.79 
6,912.00 


17,232.36 

24,224.32 


29,989.22 


4,195.16 


66,221.06 


Other reserves 


7,380.20 














Total reserves 


6,178.96 


4,195.16 


47,816.79 


41,456.68 


103,590.48 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,569.79 


5,203.71 




46,191.33 




Local sinking fund 




136,312.97 


Additional operating surplus. . ... . 


3,863.45 


1,905.65 


51,864.71 


23,815.98 


87,448.66 


Total surplus 


9,433.24 


7,109.36 


51,864.71 


70,007.31 


223,761.63 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


47,551.78 


18,348.31 


441,621.64 


174,826.24 


902,802.30 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


68.1 


38.4 


85.3 


40.2 


59.6 






1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



♦'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 



Picton 
3,266 


Prescott 

2,724 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths Falls 
7,105 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 

832 


Whitby 
5,195 


$ c. 
1,405.07 


$ c 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c 

20,028.85 

4,845.66 

82,008.28 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

615.00 

14,165.60 


$ c 
6,371.10 


2,004.66 






34,003.78 


31,824.04 


36,863.33 


7,661.55 


5,281.80 


43,026.11 


9,220.41 

14,686.49 

4,131.66 


11,469.52 

16,452.90 

1,630.21 


1,382.48 

1,413.48 

499.49 


22,014.47 

29,318.84 

8,913.15 


358.43 

1,261.85 

299.74 


3,670.23 

4,823.83 

924.82 


9,090.94 

12,990.22 

3,858.97 


3,216.56 


2,087.62 


1,191.88 


6,777.07 


624.19 


717.28 


5,370.67 


3,105.28 


12,108.35 




59,817.97 


3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,340.13 








69,594.17 
1,699.16 


83,373.47 


12,148.88 
50.61 


233,724.29 

5,127.38 

32,000.00 

19,168.46 

423.74 


11,444.03 
963.13 


27,594.68 

1,069.75 

5,000.00 

794.54 


116,051.92 


21,000.00 


7,000.00 
2,169.70 


11,000.00 


5,954.88 
5,165.63 


535.25 


2,964.98 


4,346.58 
181.16 




6,235.01 
13,424.53 










4,512.57 


1,331.82 


27,944.06 


317.09 


800.51 


4,839.24 
















107,926.41 


112,202.71 


14,066.56 


318,387.93 


15,689.23 


35,259.48 


136,418.90 
















107,926.41 


112,202.71 


14,066.56 


318,387.93 


15,689.23 


35,259.48 


136,418.90 


570.08 
3,356.40 


9,996.67 


8,754.66 
102.80 


114,795.60 


10,215.65 


13,403.33 
56.12 


28,753.12 
31,553.32 




1,788.28 






2,577.96 


432.00 




5.00 






408 . 75 














4,358.48 


11,784.95 


8,857.46 


114,800.60 


10,215.65 


13,459.45 


63,293.15 


4,512.57 

8,649 . 40 

412.11 


13,424.53 
24,098.76 


1,331.82 
668.00 


27,944.06 
48,288.96 


317.09 
870.67 


800.51 
3,926.24 


4,839.24 
7,059.06 
















13,574.08 


37,523.29 


1,999.82 


76,233.02 


1,187.76 


4,726,75 


11,898.30 


5,160.24 


13,982.67 

6,235.01 

42,676.79 


1,245.34 


82,829.40 


784.35 


3,596.67 


27,859.38 


84,833.61 


1,963.94 


44,524.91 


3,501.47 


13,476.61 


33,368.07 


89,993.85 


62,894.47 


3,209.28 


127,354.31 


4,285.82 


17,073.28 


61,227.45 


107,926.41 


112,202.71 


14,066.56 


318,387.93 


15,689.23 


35,259.48 


136,418.90 


4.2 


6. 


69.5 


39.5 


66.5 


39. 


48.1 



300 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 


OTTAWA 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 

Population 


Williams- 
burg 
P.V. 


Win- 
chester 
992 


EASTERN 

ONTARIO 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Ottawa 
120,799 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c 
344,588.88 
194,600.12 
1,215,501.40 
109,786.34 
365,438.71 
555,476.85 
187,289.16 

51,755.83 
191,890.61 

68,966.11 
224,173.09 


$ c 
226,703.60 


Substation equipment 




532,944.35 


Distribution system, overhead 


1,658.07 


8,660.57 


629,646.87 


Distribution system, underground 


185,912.09 


Line transformers 

Meters 


416.89 
953.07 
152.11 


2,192.41 

4,470.53 

622.46 


253,376.70 
245,462.24 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental. . 


81,837.10 
29,978.05 


Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant. . . 


4.00 


343.94 


33,721.05 


Old plant 




1,100.00 










Total plant 


3,184.14 

211.30 
1,500.00 

574.83 


17,689.76 

2,315.94 
8,000.00 
1,179.26 
1,032.96 


3,509,467.10 

90,649.91 

423,485.45 
225,738.10 
68,088.58 
334,982.09 
279,292.21 
3,351.20 


2,219,582.05 


Bank and cash balance 


2,895.72 




153,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


60,274.16 


Inventories 


26,153.47 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




484,463.46 


Equity in Hydro systems 

Other assets 


1,219.84 


6,307.48 




41.19 










Total assets 


6,690.11 


36,525.40 


4,935,054.64 
9,581.57 


2,946,410.05 


Deficit 












Total 


6,690.11 


36,525.40 


4,944,636.2i 


2,946,410.05 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


955.24 


7,517.04 
888.26 


2,029,884.78 

120,680.80 

27,903.91 

19,760.02 


948,044.24 


Accounts payable 


50,463.40 


Bank overdraft 




105,905.12 


Other liabilities 
















Total liabilities 


955.24 


8,405.30 


2,198,229.51 


1,104,412.76 






Reserves 

For equity in H.E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


1,219.84 
1,341.10 


6,307.48 
5,352.51 


279,292.21 

375,862.69 

45,687.93 




717,602.21 


Other reserves 


83,942.34 










Total reserves 


2,560.94 


11,659.99 


700,842.83 


801,544.55 






Surplus 


1,794.76 


3,132.96 


452,871.75 

334,982.09 

1,257,710.03 


31,955.76 


Local sinking fund 


484,463.46 


Additional operating surplus 


1,379.17 


13,327.15 


524,033.52 






Total surplus 


3,173.93 


16,460.11 


2,045,563.87 


1,040,452.74 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


6,690.11 


36,525.40 


4,944,636.21 


2,946,410.05 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


17.5 


27.8 


43.1 


25.1 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



"A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1929 





THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 


Richmond 
365 • 


OTTAWA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Fort William 

23,544 


Nipigon 
P.V. 


Port Arthur 
18,305 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c 

226,703.60 

532,944.35 

635,547.85 

185,912.09 

254,146.10 

246,354.75 

81,998.39 

29,978.05 

34,333.72 


$ c 

48,927.62 

115,281.03 

87,068.45 


$ c. 
150.00 


$ c. 

70,685.14 

178,930.12 

478,220.47 


$ c. 
119,762.76 
294,211.15 
576,570.06 


$ c 
7,469,451.46 




18,102,792.13 


5,900.98 


11,281.14 


18,108,016.82 
4,823,369.60 


769.40 
892.51 
161.29 


19,031.68 

13,589.08 

2,396.72 


1,616.28 

1,669.06 

465.14 


55,326.44 
79,265.44 
44,817.86 


75,974.40 
94,523.58 
47,679.72 


7,312,742.17 
7,405,478.91 
1,594,183.25 
1,458,349.64 


612.67 


3,222.55 


77.03 


32,926.44 
348,112.93 


36,226.02 
348,112.93 
417,650.00 


3,483,487.78 
489,097.57 






417,650.00 




5,093,378.75 












8,336.85 
239.68 


2,227,918.90 

3,135.40 

153,000.00 

61,144.06 

26,153.47 

484,463.46 

136.35 

41.19 


707,167.13 
10,185.13 


15,258.65 
1,139.70 


1,288,284.84 

31,941.70 
540,741.70 
101,730.79 

27,388.15 

225,340.85 

321,016.92 

869.61 


2,010,710.62 

43,266.53 
540,741.70 
152,473.18 

27,388.15 

368,696.03 

409,789.88 

1,968.60 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 


869.90 


49,841.27 


901.12 


4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 




143,355.18 

88,294.17 

1,098.99 




7,753,613.88 


136.35 


478.79 


14,754,865.40 
152,260.86 








9,582.78 


2,955,992.83 


999,941.87 


17,778.26 


2,537,314.56 


3,555,034.69 


106,909,146.26 
62,971.96 
















9,582.78 


2,955,992.83 


999,941.87 


17,778.26 


2,537,314.56 


3,555,034.69 


106,972,118.22 


6,323.30 
2,155.90 


954,367.54 

52,619.30 

105,905.12 


446,500.00 
22,729.64 


8,467.57 
221.10 


421,100.00 
52,960.36 


876,067.57 
75,911.10 


42,930,127.74 

3,132.145.03 

412,056 69 




6,922.55 






6,922.55 


1,621,378 17 












8,479.20 


1,112,891.96 


476,152.19 


8,688.67 


474,060.36 


958,901.22 


48,095,707.63 


136.35 
152.00 


136.35 

717,754.21 
83,942.34 


88,294.17 

35,890.44 

1,796.91 


478.79 
1,297.00 


321,016.92 

256,662.96 

41,928.87 


409,789.88 

293,850.40 

43,725.78 


14,754,865.40 

11,911,154.49 

1,437,371 26 








288.35 


801,832.90 


125,981.52 


1,775.79 


619,608.75 


747,366.06 


28,103,391.15 


176.70 


32,132.46 
484,463.46 
524,672.05 


221,150.00 

143,355.18 

33,302.98 


1,532.43 


215,000.00 

225,340.85 

1,003,304.60 


437,682.43 

368,696.03 

1,042,388.95 


9,194,253.59 
7,962,121 20 


638.53 


5,781.37 


13,616,644.65 


815.23 


1,041,267.97 


397,808.16 


7,313.80 


1,443,645.45 


1,848,767.41 


30,773,019.44 


9,582.78 


2,955,992.83 


999,941.87 


17,778.26 


2,537,314.56 


3,555,034.69 


106,972,118.22 


89.7 25.4 


43.3 


50.2 


12.4 


21.3 


47.8 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,973 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

521 


Alvinston 
635 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,017 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

9,719.56 

3,157.19 

12,483.59 

671.01 

1,736.25 


$ c. 

3,922.00 

820.26 

1,537.81 


$ c 

2,877.95 
1,525.03 
1,162.30 


$ c. 

4,402.53 
2,515.88 
1,264.30 
340.00 
1,855.92 


$ c. 

18,394.04 

7,748.55 
5,722.04 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


675.96 


560.00 


1,731.33 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


88.64 


52.63 


196.35 


86.52 


86 50 






Total earnings 


27,856.24 


7,008.66 


6,321.63 


10,465.15 


33,682.46 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


17,654.60 


4,697.93 


4,772.17 


6,787.99 


18,222.00 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,662.28 

4.50 

83.16 


174.94 


176.99 


183.13 

4.00 

49.13 


3,388.65 
170 88 


Line transformer maintenance. . 


Meter maintenance 




247.14 


146 50 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


142.54 


42.74 


143.55 


151.87 


663 . 25 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 






167.85 
75.56 
61.80 


293.93 

239.89 

71.56 


1,890.37 
701.85 
377.92 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,136.92 
320.23 
361.57 
147.65 

534.41 


329.77 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




408 . 96 


Interest 


389.04 
440.32 


138.93 
219.34 


944.52 
846.25 


1,488.20 
1,053.38 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 






Total expenses 


22,047.86 


6,074.74 


6,003.33 


9,572.27 


28,511.96 






Gross surplus 


5,808.38 


933.92 


318.30 


892.88 


5,170.50 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


1,169.00 


308.00 


165.00 


531.00 


1,528.00 






Net surplus 


4,639.38 


625.92 


153.30 


361.88 


3,642.50 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


475 
80 
19 


136 

17 

3 


131 

44 

1 


156 

58 
4 


625 


Commercial light service 


145 


Power service 


18 






Total 


574 


156 


176 


218 


788 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Ancaster 
Twp. 
4,073* 


Arkona 
385 


Aylmer 
2,050 


Ayr 

789 


Baden 
P.V. 


Barton 
Twp. 
7,795 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 
791 


$ c 

14,824.37 

2,503.89 

601 . 75 


$ c 

2,247.20 
1,288.50 
1,010.97 


$ c 

10,266.56 
8,041.72 
5,375.37 
688.50 
2,064.55 
9.89 
1,256.07 


$ c 

3,987.35 

1,623.38 

872.98 


$ c 

3,103.48 

901.18 

6,405.43 


$ c. 

1,790.13 
151.62 
868.34 


$ c. 

2,450.31 

856.25 
7,782.16 


$ c. 

4,060.97 

1,508.22 

608.59 

721 63 


1,076.00 


960.00 


988.10 


520.00 


252.00 


528.00 

14.90 

495.05 


825.00 


112.10 


3.48 




76.55 




107 19 








19,118.11 


5,510.15 


27,702.66 


7,471.81 


11,006.64 


3,062.09 


12,126.67 


7,831.60 


9,882.31 


3,765.50 


14,173.66 


4,862.06 


8,738.91 


1,707.56 


8,771.00 


4,175.59 


















2,343.70 


121.52 


2,465.19 
88.08 
62.08 


326.63 


114.38 


130.16 


198.88 


628.30 








20.23 


.14 


58.48 












97.37 


84.05 


121.17 


134.38 


91.81 


8.07 


21.89 


76.62 




136.87 
218.31 


1.518,88 
593.82 
282.28 


280.37 
56.84 
57.62 


374.50 
90.98 
22.84 


119.62 

57.58 
23.78 


305.58 
47.75 
27.04 


508.51 


1,886.95 


78.65 
94.26 








1,373.99 
363.30 


788.40 
454.63 


1,474.57 
1,033.35 


226.67 
143.95 


157.84 
172.49 


409.01 
534.99 


181.21 

183.68 


436.15 
309.21 


15,947.62 


5,569.28 


21,813.08 


6,088.52 


9,783.98 


2,990.91 


9,795.51 


6,307.29 


3,170.49 




5,889.58 


1,383.29 


1,222.66 


71.18 


2,331.16 


1,524.31 




59.13 
262.00 




1,061.00 


1,188.00 


468.00 


305.00 


268.00 


507.00 


502.00 


2,109.49 


321.13 


4,701.58 


915.29 


917.66 




1,824.16 


1,022.31 




196.82 
















573 

52 

5 


90 

39 
3 


587 

127 

14 


187 

49 

6 


121 

30 

3 


73 
5 
2 


121 

30 

4 


174 

33 

4 


630 


132 


728 


242 


154 


80 


155 


211 



*Thirteen months' operation. 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blenheim 
1,595 


Blyth 
641 


Bolton 
599 


Bothwell 
630 


Brampton 
5,100 


Population 




Earnings 
Domestic service. . . 


$ c. 

7,836.02 
5,526.61 
4,189.90 
625.54 
2,427.50 


$ c. 

3,043.78 
1,556.69 
1,241.74 


$ c. 

3,011.55 
894.67 

2,548.77 


$ c. 

2,792.64 

1,457.63 

854.77 

171.16 

1,306.52 


$ c 

32,482.59 
14,120.22 
13,565.08 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


1,829.47 


Street lighting 

Merchandise 


1,293.50 


788.74 


5,183.00 
79.09 


Miscellaneous 


84.66 


12.57 


357.10 


360.20 


1,991.68 






Total earnings 


20,690.23 


7,148.28 


7,600.83 


6,942.92 


69,251.13 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,663.51 


4,381.58 


3,890.38 


3,836.02 


49,314.67 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










14.20 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,107.37 

87.36 

133.76 


378.43 


8.17 


68.52 


2,094.39 


Line transformer maintenance 


203.10 


Meter maintenance 




30.10 




289.74 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


467.96 


61.92 


67.03 


114.14 


493 . 70 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


973.61 
809.51 
465.46 






235.51 

162.17 

54.19 


1,653.18 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


179.67 


591.47 


2,559.77 
661.62 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 








Interest 


664.69 
377.69 


731.47 
799.59 


616.22 
438.12 


249.71 
134.90 


2,452.68 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


3,516.24 






Total expenses 


17,750.92 


6,532.66 


5,641.49 


4,855.16 


63,253.29 






Gross surplus 


2,939.31 


615.62 


1,959.34 


2,087.76 


5,997.84 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


1,055.00 


352.00 


238.00 


460.00 


3,527.00 






Net surplus 


1,884.31 


263.62 


1,721.34 


1,627.76 


2,470.84 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


489 

114 

12 


140 
53 

5 


146 

40 

9 


154 

50 

6 


1,307 


Commercial light service 


227 


Power service 


54 






Total 


615 


198 


195 


210 


1,588 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Brantford 
28,903 


Brantford 
Twp. 
7,075 


Bridge- 
port 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
736 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,450 


$ c. 

162,503.25 
38,871.71 

121,156.92 
28,099.63 


$ c. 

18,466.36 
3,680.30 
3,735.39 


$ c. 

3,537.63 
1,058.20 
1,601.56 


$ c. 

2,298.61 
1,695.15 
2,166.98 


$ c. 

4,363.13 

2,315.22 

487.05 


$ c. 

3,817.53 
1,018.04 
2,027.79 


$ c. 

1,209.99 

645.97 

1,241.87 


$ c. 

3,795.47 
4,379.83 
3,500.71 


34,047.65 


4,457.92 


450.00 


1,121.46 


1,272.00 


871.08 

2.00 

133.00 


299.00 


1,562.01 




856.51 


8.08 


119.16 


8.20 












384,679.16 


31,196.48 


6,655.47 


7,401.36 


8,445 . 60 


7,869.44 


3,396.83 


13,238.02 


,,,, 

5,094.00 


14,053.01 


4,686.41 


5,159.86 


5,748.75 


4,890.83 


2,079.01 


6,932.00 


882.08 
















5,383.64 
897.81 


2,431.24 

329.04 

72.69 


207.90 
19.00 
49.96 


229.92 


510.83 


458.88 


85.10 


463 . 84 
59.60 


545.43 
391.49 

4,483.03 
1,581.52 










33.80 












487.36 


53.45 


111.06 


224.06 


63.81 


55.77 


132.00 


6,825.43 


621.69 

2,713.42 

268.24 

584.71 

2,057.92 

2,779.89 




282.50 
286.14 




451.41 
94.16 
80.96 


59.77 

17.30 

2.00 


720.00 


7,892.67 
4,940.98 


314.99 
37.50 


410.14 


177.83 
83.88 


2,600.15 








21,241.23 
20,471.00 


595.72 


143.54 
218.10 


970.13 

787.15 


101.82 
299.39 


87.28 
202.94 


168.64 
190.47 








341,495.74 


26,399.21 


5,964.93 


6,431.12 


8,651.06 


6,441.26 


2,589.17 


8,962.06 


43,183.42 


4,797.27 


690.54 


970.24 




1,428.18 


807.66 


4,275.96 




205.46 
478.00 




18,790.00 


2,076.00 


408.00 


298.00 


394.00 


155.00 


580.00 


24,393.42 


2,721.27 


282.54 


672.24 




1,034.18 


652.66 


3,695.96 




683.46 


















6,081 
690 
105 


739 

46 

4 


98 

16 

3 


105 

41 

6 


181 

58 

1 


177 

35 

4 


50 

23 
2 


243 
90 
10 


6,876 


789 


117 


152 


240 


216 


75 


343 



306 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


Cayuga 
619 


Chatham 
15,509 


Chippawa 
1,207 


Clifford 


Population 


493 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c 

1,136.99 
456.35 


$ c. 

2,060.63 

1,993.33 

969.37 


$ c. 

74,180.36 

67,207.89 

77,042.33 

4,689.96 

15,206.84 

1,379.83 

3,124.43 


$ c. 

6,323.20 
1,462.89 
235.59 
1,239.30 
1,008.00 


$ c 

1,780.21 
1,261.29 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service. 


96.90 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


456.00 


1,501.50 


810.00 








78.89 






73.35 










Total earnings. . . 


2,128.23 


6,524.83 


242,831.64 


10,268.98 


4,021.75 






Expenses 


1,347.80 


3,697.09 


129,623.31 
7,794.24 
2,268.07 

6,067.33 

2,520.74 

3,630.87 

316.94 

3,956.75 


5,143.00 


2,582.26 


Substation operation . 




Substation maintenance . 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance. . 


6.10 


147.73 


1,142.82 
21.00 
10.95 


10.54 






Meter maintenance . • 






5.56 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


28.79 


11.95 


320.64 


10.50 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




520.14 

106.69 

83.04 


6,992.92 

14,463.53 

4,580.62 

1,478.45 

12,787.35 

8,769.79 






General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


137.74 


900.17 
123.75 


395.93 
70.10 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






285.87 
203.72 


969.38 
710.57 


630.48 
580.95 


413.63 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


136.82 






Total expenses 


2,010.02 


6,246.59 


205,250.91 


8,873.76 


3,625.34 






Gross surplus 

Gross loss. . . 


118.21 


278.24 


37,580.73 


1,395.22 


396.41 


Depreciation 


92.00 


474.00 


10,665.00 


695.00 


206.00 






Net surplus 


26.21 




26,915.73 


700.22 


190.41 


Net loss 


195.76 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


38 
8 


80 

46 

3 


3,789 
698 
137 


250 

42 

5 


90 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


36 

1 








Total 


46 


129 


4,624 


297 


127 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Clinton 
1,936 


Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
417 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 
574 


$ c. 

11,165.86 
5,190.14 
5,115.97 


$ c. 

2,459.37 
2,068.03 
3,483.47 


$ c 

2,266.99 

1,290.76 

467.08 


$ c. 

1,894.64 
1,150.26 


$ c. 

1,522.87 
1,008.11 
1,347.66 


$ c. 

1,240.79 
730.40 


$ c. 

2,599.39 

1,049.28 

590.50 


$ c 

2,695.13 
1,941.69 

1,487.04 


946.25 


208.44 
860.00 






1,950.92 
117.13 


707.00 


379.00 


536.49 


228.00 


507.36 


840.00 


839.24 


136.97 




19.20 


7.39 


57.25 


130.96 


386.11 








25,325.51 


8,854.84 


4,403.83 


4,132.54 


4,422.52 


2,256.44 


4,877.49 


7,349.97 


14,800.35 
100.00 


5,679.96 


2,028.51 


2,624.70 


2,992.82 


982.33 


2,567.04 


4,694.75 


















531.40 


355.18 


74.51 


17.23 


22.52 


43.21 


68.15 


58.27 


19.20 




35.71 










40 18 
















185.62 


58.34 


93.84 


64.90 


24.69 


21.99 


58.67 


66.34 




300.00 

154.23 

80.80 










160. i3 

13.22 
50.00 




2,317.30 
284.26 


431.81 


247.67 


185.34 


136.03 


337.46 

72.52 


161.12 












2,266.93 
1,305.66 


222.94 

384.28 


459.69 
287.30 


383.87 
470.07 


148.32 
89.20 


141.77 
119.22 


158.75 
122.01 


474.82 
228.01 


21,971.84 


7,235.73 


3,411.37 


3,808.44 


3,462.89 


1,444.55 


3,197.97 


5,972.35 


3,353.67 


1,619.11 


992.46 


324.10 


959.63 


811.89 


1,679.52 


1,377.62 


1,608.00 


362.00 


277.00 


188.00 


166.00 


135.00 


344.00 


421.00 


1,745.67 


1,257.11 


715.46 


136.10 


793.63 


676.89 


1,335.52 


956.62 


















502 

116 

15 


98 

45 

2 


100 

27 
2 


71 

22 

1 


61 

25 
1 


48 
19 


129 
31 

2 


150 
51 

5 








633 


145 


129 


94 


87 


67 


162 


206 



308 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Dresden 
1,424 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 
5,009 


Dunnville 


Population 


3,386 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

5,169.50 
4,383.34 
5,757.92 

461.23 

1,842.30 

63.67 

847.77 


$ c. 

1,883.66 
669.59 
904.58 


$ c. 

996.88 

792.72 

1,183.76 


$ c. 

19,419.62 

11,380.05 

23,277.84 

433.53 

3,968.00 

736.47 

451.02 


$ c. 

10,525.26 
11,416.23 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


11,141.59 


Municipal power 

Street lighting 


2,185.77 


494.00 


705.00 


4,249.08 


Merchandise 


52.04 


Miscellaneous 




3.99 


569 SO 








Total earnings 


18,525.73 


3,951.83 


3,682.35 


59,666.53 


40,139.77 


Expenses 


13,255.74 


2,444.84 


2,675.05 


36,232.63 


19,304.56 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 








188.58 

5,106.97 

210.31 

1,079.47 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,040.92 


446.56 


24.59 


2,056.36 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 






16.00 




Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


53.52 


16.46 


95.20 


719.07 


176.82 


Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting. . 


678.89 
496.02 
162.30 


226.06 
39.52 
74.00 




1,156.44 
2,052.71 
1,433.30 
901.71 
1,808.69 

1,693.88 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


171.72 


2,858.25 
379.10 


Truck operation and maintenance. 






Interest 


848.66 
1,082.98 


142.56 
134.10 


188.77 
355.32 


3,995.62 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,983.66 






Total expenses 


17,619.03 


3,524.10 


3,526.65 


52,583.76 


30,754.37 


Gross surplus 


906.70 


427.73 


155.70 


7,082.77 


9,385.40 


Gross loss. . . 




Depreciation 


758.00 


229.00 


217.00 


3,211.00 


2,598.00 






Net surplus 


148.70 


198.73 




3,871.77 


6,787.40 


Net loss. . 


61.30 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


348 

123 

14 


77 
23 

2 


45 
18 

4 


1,132 

176 

44 


566 


Commercial light service 


184 


Power service 


29 






Total 


485 


102 


67 


1,352 


779 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Dutton 
802 


East 

Windsor 

13,531 


Elmira 
2,692 


Elora 
1,216 


Embro 
431 


Erieau 
201 


Erie 
Beach 

21* 


Essex 
1,821 


$ c. 

3,229.98 
2,615.80 
2,926.93 


$ c. 

87,326.56 
26,184.98 
73,723.00 


$ c. 

16,571.96 

7,885.82 

15,356.32 

957.29 

1,806.00 


$ c. 

6,696.47 
3,864.94 
9,145.98 


$ c. 

2,557.32 
1,515.56 
1,295.98 


$ c. 

2,779.71 

1,003.35 

278.02 


$ c. 

1,189.01 
202.94 


$ c 

8,133.46 
5,971.76 

4,880.13 






1,261.86 


945 . 00 


7,592.84 


1,616.00 


702.00 


420.00 




1,654.52 


10.62 






300.73 




418.39 


96.59 






















10,029.06 


194,827.38 


42,995.78 


21,419.98 


6,070.86 


4,481.08 


1,391.95 


21,901.73 


7,155.90 


102,940.26 


31,430.79 


13,257.07 


3,665.83 


2,423.27 


754.35 


9,585.74 


















60.42 
93.93 


4,513.10 
472.37 

4,312.58 
979.62 

2,316.58 


2,075.41 

67.58 

153.21 


1,887.96 


200.26 


66.96 


172.65 


435.04 
243.31 


34.78 


60.47 


26.85 






60.35 










115.11 


172.56 


217.55 


117.14 


69.76 




78.20 








516.00 




1,076.95 
574.73 
499.58 
304.69 

1,147.82 

854.63 




259.48 
52.14 
62.63 


300.51 

38.33 
2.99 




198.16 


517.56 
85.76 


12,003.19 


1,288.69 
287.54 
160.30 
371.49 

599.16 


161.80 


3,101.86 
149.61 








288.26 


385.29 
269.80 


6,991.31 
5,373.36 


362.32 
344.45 


362.36 
257.40 


187.17 
100.78 


683 . 99 
384.80 


9,234.55 


139,902.37 


38,357.95 


18,130.23 


5,091.10 


3,521.58 


1,376.75 


15,209.32 


794.51 


54,925.01 


4,637.83 


3,289.75 


979.76 


959.50 


15.20 


6,692.41 


182.00 


7,015.00 


1,651.00 


881.00 


390.00 


228.00 


64.00 


1,209.00 


612.51 


47,910.01 


2,986.83 


2,408.75 


589.76 


731.50 




5,483.41 




48.80 


















202 

71 

8 


2,859 

315 

42 


513 

125 

20 


290 

76 

3 


95 
40 

3 


121 

11 

1 


54 
2 


408 

115 

17 








281 


3,216 


658 


369 


138 


133 


56 


540 



♦Summer population not included. 



310 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Etobicoke 
Twp. 
13,633 


Exeter 
1,583 


Fergus 
2,080 


Fonthill 

727 


Forest 


Population 


1,415 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

85,915.07 
21,526 44 
13,440.43 
1,651.09 
13,975.11 


$ c. 

10,080.06 

4,651.43 

5,786.35 

519.65 

1,901.97 

276.04 

387.16 


$ c 

12,730.43 

6,025.63 

8,451.48 

619.49 

2,571.00 


$ c. 

4,342.13 
841.07 
666.22 


$ c 
9,641.81 


Commercial light service 


4,477.11 


Commercial power service 


4,096.71 


Municipal power 


898.22 


Street lighting 


904.78 


2,321.00 
209.88 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 




16.36 




723.48 










Total earnings 


136,508.14 


23,602.66 


30,414.39 


6,754.20 


22,368.21 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


62,000.30 


14,091.20 


17,149.22 


3,168.54 


11,241.83 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


9,079.22 
1,321.30 
1,233.56 


446.45 
19.25 
59.33 


1,955.40 


565.16 


1,232.65 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 


107.39 


14.40 


9.20 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


2,001.68 
9.62 
5,692.46 
4,679.75 
2,976.33 
2,412.50 
12,526.87 

9,182.68 


361.74 


223.88 


24.48 


489.62 


Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting. . . 


552.90 
2,908.03 
337.64 
431.72 
649.21 

790.18 






550.45 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,317.50 

90.60 

497.82 

1,850.93 

2,269.88 


474.30 


1,901.20 
165.72 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


306.89 


1,177.26 
638.42 


928.11 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


853.08 






Total expenses 


113,116.27 


20,647.65 


25,462.62 


6,062.56 


17,678.75 


Gross surplus 


23,391.87 


2,955.01 


4,951.77 


691 . 64 


4,689.46 


Gross loss . . 




Depreciation 


9,852.00 


1,136.00 


1,132.00 


399 00 


1,220.00 






Net surplus 


13,539.87 


1,819.01 


3,819.77 


292.64 


3,469.46 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


3,582 

327 

22 


430 

119 

10 


572 

114 

15 


204 

25 
3 


439 


Commercial light service 


131 


Power service 


23 






Total 


3,931 


559 


701 




593 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Gait 
12,977 


George- 
town 
1,973 


Glencoe 
793 


Goderich 
4,264 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
19,202 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,290 


Hamilton 
127,447 


$ c. 

102,148.22 
44,443.01 
86,749.23 

3,877.47 


$ x 

11,536.17 

5,513.76 

19,280.88 

874.44 

2,110.00 

55.79 

752.34 


$ c 

5,240.13 
3,524.91 
1,884.96 
749.37 
1,994.00 


$ c. 

24,865.42 

11,357.19 

17,650.89 

3,060.00 

3,746.50 

227.31 

318.84 


$ c. 

1,547.39 
1,026.95 
1,111.89 


$ c. 

97,870.92 

48,541.07 

102,523.76 

21,778.23 

20,057.76 

2,783.11 

2,341.54 


$ c. 

4,119.17 

3,948.38 

29,403.09 


$ c. 

741,403.52 

165,914.66 

917,911.72 

75,521.56 


20,913.01 
1,076.66 


360.00 


1,200.00 
189.14 
384.34 


94,292.91 


3,748.01 


30.24 


94.54 


15,338.00 


262,955.61 


40,123.38 


13,423.61 


61,226.15 


4,140.77 


295,896.39 


39,244.12 


2,010,382.37 


168,462.99 
4,545.18 


28,137.24 


7,832.78 


39,680.23 


2,700.00 


200,220.05 


28,969,05 


1,353,379.07 
29,564 33 


473.12 






3,275.70 

1,963.58 
111.20 
188.01 




2,305.91 

3,679.31 

902.32 

3,415.56 




4,884.28 

33,313.16 
4,426.99 


2,498.56 
316.42 


1,935.29 

93.06 

178.32 


452.68 


97.01 


1,723.29 

242.67 

52.50 


853.09 






12,447 72 








7,923.57 

12,557.14 
10,893.08 


2,937.42 
466.60 


330.60 


390.06 


535.27 


56.30 


5,707.01 
21.00 
6,158.80 
8,635.54 
1,913.81 
2,171.39 
4.530.95 

3,817.94 


117.43 


2,623.05 




571.98 
503.38 
183.81 


1,044.85 

2,185.03 

627.18 

114.37 

2,551.71 

2,372.50 


79.36 
94.49 
61.00 


1,142.59 
650.23 
244.82 
341.70 
255.05 

307.50 


34,778.27 


4,397.49 
3,578.60 
1,065.90 


3,356.44 
360.78 
444.37 
846.70 

606.28 


48,462.03 

20,590.27 

5,015.98 


22,940.49 
16,370.18 


729.43 
792.25 


183.80 
94.41 


122,851.86 
112,648.58 


231,529.09 


36,289.08 


11,456.37 


54,649.63 


3,366.37 


243,479.59 


34,046.83 


1,813,736.33 


31,426.52 


3,834.30 


1,967.24 


6,576.52 


774.40 


52,416.80 


5,197.29 


196,646.04 


17,283.61 


1,626.00 


728.00 


3,940.00 


186.00 


11,752.00 


854.00 


60,308.25 


14,142.91 


2,208.30 


1,239.24 


2,636.52 


588.40 


40,664.80 


4,343.29 


136,337.79 


















3,402 
512 
117 


611 
125 

25 


215 

74 
6 


1,121 

209 

18 


78 

31 

1 


4,881 
702 
131 


288 

106 

14 


31,135 

3,295 

829 


4,031 


761 


295 


1,348 


110 


5,714 


408 


35,259 



312 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Harriston 
1,145 


Harrow 
P.V. 


Hensall 

748 


Hespeler 
2,748 


Highgate 
359 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 
5,890.16 
3,554.23 
6,146.30 

567.03 
1,193.40 


$ c. 
6,916.42 
3,965.06 
3,086.78 


$ c 
4,024.20 
1,520.56 
3,008.82 


$ c. 

16,199.24 

5,932.32 

15,211.64 

670.59 

2,533.00 


$ c 

1,603.17 

910.55 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


1,987.02 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 

Merchandise 


708.00 


912.00 


550.03 


Miscellaneous 


24.09 


2.49 


111.95 


264.48 


117.66 






Total earnings 


17,375.21 


14,678.75 


9,577.53 


40,811.27 


5,168.43 






Expenses 


10,654.91 


8,488.68 


5,667.16 


29,229.94 
476.28 


3,751.83 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,207.73 
84.51 
84.83 


684.33 

28.36 

146.83 


260.46 


1,934.46 

22.40 

327.88 


29.05 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 






Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


72.86 


138.77 


182.34 


458.65 


50.29 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 






383.01 
546.17 
130.00 


315.60 

1,719.53 

572.61 

527.16 

1,251.91 

1,801.67 


360.00 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


825.13 
147.99 
159.33 
771.91 

1,312.97 


521.02 


71.60 

5.81 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






593.88 
411.82 


523.35 
354.34 


191.27 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


135.16 






Total expenses 


15,322.17 


11,013.69 


8,046.83 


38,638.09 


4,595.01 






Gross surplus 


2,053.04 


3,665.06 


1,530.70 


2,173.18 


573.42 


Gross loss. . . . 




Depreciation 


754.00 


532.00 


528.00 


1,976.00 


302.00 






Net surplus 


1,299.04 


3,133.06 


1,002.70 


197.18 


271.42 


Net loss . . 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic' service 


307 
92 
12 


211 

70 

4 


171 
58 
13 


674 

104 
20 


91 


Commercial light service 


35 


Power service 


6 






Total 


411 


285 


242 


798 


132 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Humber- 
stone 
1,766 


Ingersoll 
5,150 


Jarvis 
460 


Kingsville 
2,427 


Kitchener 
26,709 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
623 


Leaming- 
ton 
5,072 


$ c. 

8,978.01 
3,119.88 
5,406.59 


$ c. 

32,408.62 

15,769.04 

26,307.67 

1,701.33 

4,607.50 

199.24 

1,493.82 


$ c. 

1,539.00 
1,227.14 
4,079.10 


$ c. 

13,057.45 
6,244.72 
2,579.59 
1,069.51 
3,619.50 


$ c. 

172,394.02 

100,912.33 

227,913.46 

27,968.22 

29,951.26 


$ c. 

3,213.60 
1,132.23 


$ c. 

8,441.06 
3,749.86 
3,208.34 


$ c. 

21,008.03 

13,818.52 

9,861.79 


306.57 
407.50 


4,869.14 


1,274.00 


672.00 


1,110.66 


7,155.06 




40.15 


540.00 


5,015.40 


8.19 




399.61 








18,778.48 


82,487.22 


7,557.39 


27,110.77 


564,154.69 


5,068.09 


16,509.92 


57,112.15 


7,819.82 


55,599.21 


5,357.20 


14,346.87 


389,086.50 
8,469.95 
3,270.04 

17,024.65 

338.60 

4,746.21 

872.14 

9,169.13 

535.87 

10,299.55 

10,017.45 

3,839.09 

3,923.62 

14,772.38 

19,911.77 


3,702.13 


8,577.23 


30,722.64 




329.69 

3,050.81 

7.66 

263.57 












1,331.91 
108.00 


58.25 


3,424.03 


38.42 


1,269.45 


4,583.77 
74.71 


28.30 




146.74 




43.79 


86.60 










145.64 


540.82 


63.81 


784.76 


64.41 


58.57 


555.16 




1,033.36 
3,197.59 
1,588.87 
598.40 
3,394.24 

1,677.35 


360.30 

142.22 

65.80 


931.51 
649.99 
376.03 
352.35 
1,162.32 

534.96 






831.85 


858.17 


221.31 


870.95 
169.25 
250.22 
825.17 

501.85 


3,265.09 
849.74 


130.87 




789.73 


1,568.34 
1,700.00 


482.85 
393.57 


246,88 
96.04 


2,237.42 
1,647.35 


13,691.05 


71,281.57 


6,924.00 


22,709.56 


496,276.95 


4,369.19 


12,566.48 


45,644.06 


5,087.43 


11,205.65 


633.39 


4,401.21 


67,877.74 


698.90 


3,943.44 


11,468.09 


838.00 


3,656.00 


319.00 


1,475.00 


23,886.00 


262.00 


611.00 


2,494.00 


4,249.43 


7,549.65 


314.39 


2,926.21 


43,991.74 


436.90 


3,332.44 


8,974.09 



















449 
67 
10 


1,309 
250 

45 


81 

36 

4 


691 

156 

14 


6,434 
893 
239 


101 
19 

1 


195 

27 

3 


1,213 

222 

26 


526 


1,604 


121 


861 


7,566 


121 


225 


1,461 



314 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,346 


London 
66,132 


London 
Twp. 

7,448 


Lucan 

573 


Lynden 
P.V. 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


15,857.04 
7,917.03 

10,282.68 
1,771.86 
3,511.11 


425,923.68 
197,150.76 
393,003.96 
28,743.91 
43,751.14 
13,637.43 
33,560.19 


7,508.40 
1,275.03 
1,327.14 


4,561.55 
1,818.47 
2,196.81 


1,592.65 
876.17 
936.56 


Commercial light service. 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting : . 


640.50 


1,032.20 


390.56 


Merchandise . ......... 


Miscellaneous 


400.61 


120.79 


500.32 


124.46 


Total earnings 


39,740.33 


1,135,771.07 


10,871.86 


10,109.35 


3,920.40 




Expenses 


24,589.87 


661,789.17 
15,528.97 
10,271.91 

8,009.00 

2,679.38 

17,889.37 

2,644.92 

5,876.12 
3,492.35 
20,246.90 
46,322.02 
17,000.38 
9,375.29 
59,335.85 

53,313.33 


6,429.79 


5,683.20 


2,827.06 


Substation operation ; . . 


Substation maintenance 


86.39 

2,307.28 
125.21 
269.84 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance . . . 


411.50 


1,188.15 


137.60 


Line transformer maintenace. ...... 


Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses. ..... 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


447.85 


110.73 


109.62 


27.00 


Promotion of business 


Billing and collecting 




328.08 

348.25 

50.00 


299.87 
304.05 
104.28 


170.78 

7.42 

81 . 78 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,287.49 
336.73 
152.30 
977.97 

2,650.25 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


865.22 
770.94 


473.48 
515.57 


184.71 
131.32 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




Total expenses 


33,231.18 


933,774.96 


9,314.51 


8,678.22 


3,567.67 




Gross surplus 


6,509.15 


201,996.11 


1,557.35 


1,431.13 


352.73 


Gross loss. 


Depreciation 


1,986.00 


75,839.40 


520.00 


522.00 


80.00 




Net surplus 


4,523.15 


126,156.71 


1,037.35 


909.13 


272.73 


Net loss 


Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


687 

155 

25 


16,548 

2,513 

529 


285 

13 

3 


168 

43 

9 


75 


Commercial light service 


20 


Power service 


1 






Total 


867 


19,590 


301 


220 


96 






1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



4 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Markham 
956 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,556 


Milton 
1,875 


Milverton 
1,025 


Mimico 
5,876 


Mitchell 
1,574 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


$ c 

5,124.65 

2,758.31 

2,617.53 

169.77 


$ c. 

1,908.83 
1,372.03 
4,728.90 


$ c. 

11,932.44 

1,816.93 

39,952.64 


$ c. 

10,323.42 

5,180.34 

31,209.49 


$ c 

4,742.88 

2,525.71 

9,614.05 

318.19 

990.50 


$ c. 

49,904.63 
8,438.04 
6,694.82 
3,866.18 
8,303.12 


$ c. 

8,884.55 
4,714.13 
5,382.37 

769.37 
1,980.00 
2,529.67 

220.71 


$ c. 

741.56 

601.59 

1,314.92 


1,340.00 


688.00 


2,736.00 


1,924.50 

229.30 

1,717.77 


375.00 


229.50 


278.48 




416.40 


48.49 


4 95 








12,239.76 


8,976.24 


56,438.01 


50,584.82 


18,607.73 


77,255.28 


24,480.80 


3,038.02 


6,311.64 


6,145.44 


42,293.29 


31,706.31 
240.68 


16,753.70 


41,903.91 


12,890.97 


2,401.14 










27.85 

6,993.49 

31.05 

580.06 


237.69 

586.00 

70.33 

164.79 




1,342.19 


162.99 


3,043.50 

7.55 
143.95 


3,609.71 


364.05 


21.54 






199.46 


85.75 


1 20 








45.68 


100.80 


338.12 


106.98 


166 10 


1,425.36 


227.95 


24.88 




190.00 
40.95 
65.21 








1,257.55 
1,390.76 
1,063.94 
297.73 
4,893.45 

3,896.79 






995.29 


1,923.08 
321.28 
209 . 64 
768.57 

706.20 


1,786.21 
645.53 
590.47 

2,406.84 

1,320.32 


1,009.73 
204.96 


2,135.86 
500.40 
145.15 
116.10 

570.39 


181.10 






338.69 
642.32 


653 . 64 
532.11 


488.54 
546.58 


152.00 

232.41 


9,675.81 


7,891.14 


49,755.18 


42,612.51 


19,619.41 


63,761.94 


17,645.63 


3,014.27 


2,563.95 


1,085.10 


6,682.83 


7,972.31 




13,493.34 


6,835.17 


23.75 




1,011.68 
583.00 




526.00 


305.00 


1,541.00 


1,536.00 


4,417.00 


2,456.00 


157.00 


2,037.95 


780.10 


5,141.83 


6,436.31 




9,076.34 


4,379.17 






1,594.68 


133 25 
















243 
67 
10 


100 

40 

4 


605 

55 

5 


454 

101 

21 


220 
68 

8 


1,565 

131 

14 


440 
114 

22 


50 
26 

2 


320 


144 


665 


576 


296 


1,710 


576 


78 



316 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 

288 


New 

Hamburg 

1,446 


New 

Toronto 

5,327 


Niagara 
Falls 
19,013 


Population 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,478.49 

925.03 

1,015.97 


$ c. 

1,010.36 
708.30 
619.37 


$ c. 

9,503.36 
4,018.36 
6,173.08 


$ c. 

27,856.02 

8,997.28 

113,860.58 

10,162.22 
9,631.82 


$ c. 
147,578.72 


Commercial light service 


64,172.95 


Commercial power service 


60,660.67 


Municipal power 


14,439.09 
31,184.71 


Street lighting 


484.00 


690.00 


2,223.00 
235.41 
277.16 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


26.77 


44.39 


1,652.63 


115.00 






Total earnings 


4,930.26 


3,072.42 


22,430.37 


172,160.55 


318,151.14 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,819.38 


1,728.94 


14,119.49 
379.47 


132,239.26 


178,350.27 


Substation operation . 


9,044.31 


Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


59.43 


22.34 


512.99 


6,974.49 

235.62 

1,109.47 


7,748.10 


Line transformer maintenance. . . 


545.73 


Meter maintenance 


98.49 




172.99 


4,255.44 


Consumers' premises expenses. . 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


21.24 


22.44 


398.00 


1,366.46 


4,323.39 


Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting. . 


157.37 

122.75 

71.87 




749.17 
1,004.30 

545.53 
328.26 
668.38 

652.01 


2,563.34 
3,550.84 
3,380.89 


6,073.34 


General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. 


229.94 


9,524.32 
6,358.32 




2,908.60 


Interest 


167.56 
123.28 


407.80 
400.00 


279.33 
250.33 


22,077.78 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


23,288.41 






Total expenses 


3,641.37 


2,811.46 


19,530.59 


151,950.03 


274,498.01 


Gross surplus 


1,288.89 


260.96 


2,899.78 


20,210.52 


43,653.13 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


239.00 


231.00 


1,135.00 


3,860.00 


20,084.00 






Net surplus 


1,049.89 


29.96 


1,764.78 


16,350.52 


23,569.13 


Net loss 




Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


128 

35 
3 


59 
28 

1 


353 
87 
11 


1,276 

136 

27 


4,398 


Commercial light service 


728 


Power service 


94 






Total 


166 


88 


451 


1,439 


5,220 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

1,605 


Norwich 
1,279 


Oil 

Springs 

417 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,650 


Paris 
4,063 


Parkhill 
959 


Petrolia 
2,516 


$ c. 

12,379.41 

3,014.77 

853.11 

1,798.29 


$ c. 

7,073.95 
2,860.87 
1,781.90 
788.46 
2,015.00 


$ c. 

1,331.87 
1,082.01 
9,517.24 


$ c. 

2,040.15 
1,682.60 

626.43 
80.55 

372.00 


$ c. 

10,031.47 

5,337.20 

6,037.09 

944.51 

1,214.52 

7.82 

27.55 


$ c. 

24,219.15 
7,465.29 

11,979.16 

1,225.00 

5,612.00 

531.33 

1,650.44 


$ c. 

4,536.89 
2,931.53 
1,026.44 
557.07 
1,423.00 


$ c. 

11,140.38 

6,807.34 

24,911.83 


2,590.34 
639 . 88 


738.00 


2,533.92 

85 58 




1,183.36 






18.42 


645 71 










21,275.80 


15,703.54 


12,669.12 


4,801.73 


23,600.16 


52,682.37 


10,493.35 


46,124.76 


11,407.45 


9,131.41 


8,545.22 


2,634.71 


16,293.41 


33,797.55 


7,591.86 


27,670.65 












272.67 

4,118.86 

54.12 

620.84 






2,382.92 


1,554.37 


1,216.56 


129.45 


1,251.84 

22.64 

107.70 


343 . 62 


1,901.26 
232 85 


56.85 


205.51 








55 00 












550.00 


185.00 


59.54 


40.51 


202.98 


504.78 


154.92 


164.35 




824.00 
384.60 
944.86 
295 . 69 
429.73 

465.09 


107.10 
372.99 
593.97 
462.72 
625.21 

893 . 63 


96.64 

29.82 

9.67 




949.80 
679.36 
854.77 
137.11 
1,946.82 

1,490.50 


271.66 

155.80 

74.06 


868 10 


1,701.01 


819.59 

162.42 

55.76 

517.94 

680.77 


3,450.58 
626 52 


121.27 


294.73 


794.60 

218.28 


83.29 
260.91 


642.36 

781.83 


1,962.39 
1,789.67 


17,232.38 


14,420.26 


12,876.94 


3,285.00 


20,115.05 


45,427.18 


10,016.11 


39,016.10 


4,043.42 


1,283.28 




1,516.73 


3,485.11 


7,255.19 


477.24 


7,108.66 




207.82 
614.00 


1,115.00 


648.00 


299.00 


1,042.00 


4,228.00 


584.00 


2,342.00 


2,928.42 


635.28 




1,217.73 


2,443.11 


3,027.19 




4,766.66 




821.82 


106.76 
















427 
73 
10 


340 

85 
8 


69 
35 
36 


107 

42 

3 


390 

109 

9 


1,354 
175 

23 


215 
76 

5 


673 

187 

65 


510 


433 


140 


152 


508 


1,552 


296 


925 



318 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



HYDRO 

S YSTEM— C ontinu ed 



Municipality 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,371 


Port 

Colborne 

5,203 


Port 
Credit 
1,381 


Port 


Population 


Dalhousie 
1,580 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,007.90 
989.60 
108.00 


$ c 

5,522.02 

1,790.13 

10,805.26 


$ c. 

29,627.95 

11,909.14 

11,400.92 

2,807.33 

5,521.98 

93.79 


$ c. 

10,828.26 

4,573.41 

691.63 

895.84 

2,788.00 


$ c 

11,929.22 
2,360.92 
3,977.48 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


544.00 


822.00 


1,572.67 


Merchandise. . 


Miscellaneous 




392.96 


19.40 












Total earnings 


3,649.50 


19,332.37 


61,361.11 


19,796.54 


19,840.29 


Expenses 


2,791.63 


12,703.57 


33,368.34 


11,986.92 


10,506.02 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


58.75 


431.77 
24.25 
37.91 


2,236.34 

245.52 

1,408.25 


1,527.19 


2,038.93 
12 60 


Line transformer maintenance 


Meter maintenance 






38 10 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


21.50 


73.10 


1,017.83 


261.84 


89.71 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


149.00 
11.22 
11.37 


550.00 
761.15 
303.50 


1,579.59 
2,840.92 
649.11 
1,269.51 
5,073.24 

4,782.99 


715.67 
383.01 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,914.02 


Truck operation and maintenance. 


"54JL45 
427.90 


289.40 


Interest 


180.30 
156.05 


815.55 
749.08 


669.02 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,073.62 






Total expenses 


3,379.82 


16,449.88 


54,471.64 


15,843.98 


16,631.42 






Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


269.68 


2,882.49 


6,889.47 


3,952.56 


3,208.87 


Depreciation 


79.00 


815.00 


3,201.00 


1,122.00 


781.00 






Net surplus 


190.68 


2,067.49 


3,688.47 


2,830.56 


2,427.87 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


87 

25 

1 


295 
43 
13 


1,190 

193 

21 


380 
95 

4 


564 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


48 
9 






Total 


113 


351 


1,404 


479 


621 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Port 
Dover 

1.572 


Port 

Rowan 

669 


Port 

Stanley 

618 


Preston 
5,697 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,170 


Ridgetown 
1,986 


$ c. 

6,262.51 
4,839.88 
4,332.29 


$ c. 

2,215.22 

1,678.88 

38.41 


$ c. 

10,373.76 

2,937.12 

3,934.29 

350.01 

1,908.16 


$ c. 

45,998.77 

21,303.50 

45,152.25 

888.80 

4,880.28 


$ c. 

2,556.46 

368.12 

1,992.24 


$ c. 

2,536.28 
206.64 
850.85 


$ c. 

5,698.62 
2,960.39 
2,178.12 

399.70 
1,379.00 

178.92 
73.41 


$ c. 

9,639.22 
4,921.64 
6,100.21 
1,006.52 


2,799.26 
780.21 


1,118.35 


336.00 


543.96 


2,770.00 
193.63 


11.89 




259.39 


453.59 




32.27 


525.17 










19,026.04 


5,050.86 


19,762.73 


118,677.19 


5,252.82 


4,170.00 


12,868.16 


25,156.39 


9,987.21 


4,392.31 


11,185.31 


85,645.73 

4,249.63 

21.14 

6,205.85 
477.37 
323.37 


2,978.29 


2,299.27 


7,070.16 


13,635.81 
















1,319.29 


101.41 


2,510.38 


7.52 


65.89 


1,544.48 


771.51 
61 82 






26.04 






78.20 


203 39 












92.05 


25.68 


97.49 


767.91 


2.04 


23.59 


108.64 


424.31 


532.13 


312.70 
33.95 
66.55 


657.14 
477.19 
307.54 
146.48 
558.27 

675.73 


1,833.36 
816.11 
1,083.26 
1,012.96 
2,966.49 

4,417.72 


121.40 
11.75 






690.25 


309.93 
198.89 


384.03 


750.92 
59.30 


1,819.58 
403.17 


185.06 






85.19 


1,107.75 
1,670.46 


1,036.72 
316.97 


123.82 
105.79 


424.24 
327.02 


384.93 
549.83 


479.52 
283.30 


15,402.77 


6,286.29 


16,641.57 


109,820.90 


3,350.61 


3,524.04 


10,546.46 


18,857.85 


3,623.27 




3,121.16 


8,856.29 


1,902.21 


645.96 


2,321.70 


6,298.54 




1,235.43 
270.00 


1,029.00 


958.00 


6,559.00 


182.00 


263.00 


471.00 


1,172.00 


2,594.27 




2,163.16 


2,297.29 


1,720.21 


382.96 


1,850.70 


5,126.54 




1,505.43 
















364 

133 

13 


74 

32 
1 


565 

74 
13 


1,506 

232 

50 


89 

13 

1 


66 
6 
1 


337 
57 
12 


533 
130 

22 


510 


107 


652 


1,788 


103 


73 


406 


685 



320 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Riverside 
4,383 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
712 


St. Cath- 
arines 
23,327 


St. Clair 


Population 


Beach 
136 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


46,589.62 

5,631.92 

10,400.39 


2,562.05 
967.52 


2,932.60 
2,282.00 
1,362.13 


133,617.92 
33,941.62 
81,436.63 


1,915.49 

2,187.07 

698.87 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Muncipal power 






Street lighting 


4,458.34 


760.84 


942.00 


23,540.35 

386.36 

4,277.49 




Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 




12.22 


356.20 










Total earnings 


67,080.27 


4,302.63 


7,874.93 


277,200.37 


4,801.43 




Expenses 


35,370.27 


2,803.22 


5,477.50 


178,049.87 
4,230.20 


2,968.78 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,831.45 
452.96 

1,774.60 
475.42 

1,253.45 


108.01 


322.20 


15,040.82 
1,097.20 
1,097.06 


275.06 


Line transformer maintenance 


95.75 


Meter maintenance 


16.85 


29.34 


86.79 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


36.06 


79.62 


141.63 


2,865.96 
1,307.90 
6,673.21 
13,310.29 
4,445.52 
4,346.23 
9,536.36 

8,158.35 




Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 






495.00 
44.85 
79.66 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


4,696.52 


498.42 


167.00 


Truck operation and maintenance.. . 








Interest 


4,095.94 
2,980.72 




367.27 
223.09 


235.97 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




254.60 








Total expenses 


53,931.33 


3,506.12 


7,180.54 


250,158.97 


4,120.01 






Gross surplus 


13,148.94 


796.51 


694.39 


27,041.40 


681.42 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


3,270.00 


363.00 


396.00 


13,762.00 


244.00 






Net surplus 


9,878.94 


433.51 


298.39 


13,279.40 


437.42 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic 'service 


1,111 

55 

9 


138 
30 


192 
71 

5 


5,742 

581 
133 


43 


Commercial light service 


6 


Power service 


2 








Total 


1,175 


168 


268 


6,456 


51 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,023 


St. Thomas 
16,743 


Sandwich 
10,258 


Sarnia 
16,544 


Scarboro' 
Twp. 
15,325 


Seaforth 
1,670 


$ c. 

2,546.38 
780.10 

2,228.28 


$ c 

2,874.02 
1,188.01 
3,406.33 


$ c 

25,049.83 

8,765.53 

17,373.42 

1,534.27 

3,448.00 

551.39 

393.17 


$ c. 

94,270.32 
43,961.70 
53,975.64 
6,374.17 
13,827.21 


$ c. 

102,614.64 
19,369.50 
21,480.71 


$ c 

95,489.61 

44,027.54 

158,417.74 


$ c 

69,416.10 
14,815.49 
15,598.02 
8,495.62 
15,732.29 


$ c 

8,968.11 

5,427.10 

7,632.35 

514.86 


296.00 


430.00 


9,195.76 

441.77 


13,959.76 
3,414.03 

3,553.38 


1,520.00 
167.59 


124.33 


175.50 


3,032.81 


690.84 


1,086.20 








5,975.09 


8,073.86 


57,115.61 


215,441.85 


153,102.38 


318,862.06 


124,748.36 


25,316.21 


4,804.82 


5,872.55 


41,609.33 

1,381.54 

3.30 

726.23 

114.09 

1,028.69 


133,198.61 

6,917.56 

403.75 

7,504.26 

1,098.16 

850.15 

947.38 

2,835.61 
374.67 
4,491.64 
10,781.78 
5,854.91 
2,218.64 
2,543.43 

4,365.10 


96,909.81 


192,633.13 

4,693 . 90 

120.63 

4,366.04 
432.72 
575.28 


62,780.57 
31.40 


16,763.85 






93.96 

4,096.56 
430.95 
393.57 




19.50 


31.99 


7,568.26 
395.75 
428.41 


2,234.00 
33.37 


33.93 




78.13 








53.19 


33.66 


488.74 


2,517.75 


3,459.33 


1,802.97 


267.31 


376.63 




1,287.03 
2,402.95 
1,344.57 
493.81 
2,701.05 

2,217.40 


5,702.34 
5,780.35 
1,376.20 
1,424.73 
5,769.24 

5,147.39 


4,642.29 
8,956.82 
6,899.51 
3,816.04 
13,383.12 

16,246.79 


3,832.13 
5,910.01 
3,553.89 
2,241.82 
12,518.05 

7,788.71 




37.23 
30.34 


349.89 
110.00 


1,087.60 
169.64 
152 43 


237.55 
175.28 


192.97 
310.12 


837.27 
868.27 


5,768.47 


6,901.18 


55,798.73 


184,385.65 


129,642.85 


260,225.60 


108,851.97 


22,491.87 


206.62 


1,172.68 


1,316.88 


31,056.20 


23,459.53 


58,636.46 


15,896.39 


2,824.34 


277.00 


276.00 


1,410.00 


11,541.00 


4,837.00 


15,302.00 


8,409.00 


1,506.00 




.896.68 




19,515.20 


18,622.53 


43,334.46 


7,487.39 


1,318.34 


70.38 


93.12 


















131 

31 

3 


102 

25 
6 


985 

194 

40 


4,101 
635 
106 


2,790 

208 

29 


4,435 

604 

82 


3,972 
302 

27 


470 

122 

14 


165 


133 


1,219 


4,842 


3,027 


5,121 


4,301 


606 



II H.E 



322 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continu ed 



Municipality 


Simcoe 

4,581 


Springfield 
397 


Stamford 
Twp. 
6,650 


Stouffville 
1,071 


Stratford 


Population 


18,208 






Earnings 
Domestic service ~ 


13,434.70 

17,925.78 

11,571.86 

981.61 

3,890.74 


1,751.54 

893.57 

3,168.34 


53,896.04 
5,854.51 
4,730.33 
1,267.07 
6,154.97 


5,517.15 
2,510.06 
1,361.99 


136,477.08 


Commercial light service 


45,165.91 
49,140.14 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 

Street lighting 


9,741.98 


600.00 


1,443.17 


15,944.79 


Merchandise . 


1,971 64 


Miscellaneous 


272.36 


120.23 


751.85 


307.34 


9,962.69 






Total earnings 


48,077.05 


6,533.68 


72,654.77 


11,139.71 


268,404.23 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


31,183.86 

527.44 


3,873.91 


28,596.22 


5,146.12 


192,431.17 


Substation operation 


5,119.05 


Substation maintenace . . 




119.85 

2,245.42 

25.44 

549.71 




1,466.42 
6,609.34 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,693.68 
250.88 
455.13 


180.53 


793.73 


Line transformer maintenance . . 


245.42 


Meter maintenance . 






1,278.40 


Consumers' premises expenses. 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


653.05 


66.00 


1,106.03 
2,526.43 
1,963.67 
4,903.59 
912.00 
1,584.63 
7,540.32 

4,893.19 


91.36 


2,398.63 


Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting. . 


1,374.83 

1,366.81 

802.19 

659.21 

3,249.17 

2,090.23 


298.48 

98.43 

8.44 




4,463.76 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


476.05 


8,005.66 
3,113.91 


Truck operation and maintenance.. . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




1,806.18 


241.42 
136.14 


755.29 
1,221.17 


21,775.00 
10,022.36 


Total expenses 


45,306.48 


4,903.35 


56,966.50 


8,483.72 


258,735.30 


Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


2,770.57 


1,630.33 


15,688.27 


2,655.99 


9,668.93 


Depreciation 


2,468.00 


280.00 


4,709.00 


420.00 


16,997.00 






Net surplus . 


302.57 


1,350.33 


10,979.27 


2,235.99 




Net loss 


7,328.07 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


848 
267 

35 


89 
35 

4 


1,477 

109 

13 


303 
82 

5 


4,234 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


595 
141 






Total 


1,150 


178 


1,599 


390 


4,970 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



4 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Strathroy 
2,702 


Sutton 

825 


Tavistock 
965 


Tecumseh 
2,164 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


Thames- 
ville 
845 


Thedford 
569 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


$ c. 

17,477.04 
9,867.13 
8,897.20 
1,573.80 


$ c. 

6,329.53 
2,804.74 
1,281.45 


$ c. 

6,179.39 
1,928.10 
8,153.67 
509.75 
1,181.28 


$ c. 

15,772,85 
3,943.86 
4,326.87 


$ x 

2,211.84 
1,563.77 
3,275.92 


$ c. 

4,489.52 
4,040.11 
1,666.44 
271.59 
1,059.00 


$ c. 

2,429.09 

1,438.38 

822.20 


$ c. 

1,421.75 

988.06 

1,264.18 


3,422.25 


2,033.00 


1,087.00 


506.00 

2.25 

302.28 


1,035.00 


372.06 


1,023.58 




374.45 




268.63 


226.52 












42,261.00 


12,448.72 


18,326.64 


25,130.58 


7,862.06 


11,795.29 


5,951.19 


4,046.05 


27,033.23 
212.85 


6,152.58 


14,981.83 


11,495.93 


4,770.77 


6,640.44 


3,259.23 


2,981.74 


28.48 
















479.65 
59.54 


502.50 


520.18 

25.48 
35.05 


1,264.34 

59.05 

1,321.64 

180.48 

315.14 


221.25 


288.32 


200.50 


156.89 


519.07 










6.68 














736.40 


106.31 


133.90 


46.04 


156.53 


40.99 


20.43 


949.47 




425.00 

143.08 

87.21 




189.77 

117.17 

62.90 


230.14 

304.12 

82.46 




97.53 


2,987.82 
881.87 


600.25 


1,680.18 


279.33 


61.20 


230.55 








1,243.24 
1,638.57 


1,241.81 
1,087.00 


228.63 
162.18 


1,550.90 
1,021.51 


134.75 
167.14 


368.06 
465.69 


764.84 
674.45 


84.89 
70.95 


37,000.74 


9,690.45 


16,742.54 


18,889.17 


5,709.79 


8,535.76 


5,219.34 


3,480.31 


5,260.26 


2,758.27 


1,584.10 


6,241.41 


2,152.27 


3,259.53 


731.85 


565.74 


2,615.00 


658.00 


610.00 


1,210.00 


368.00 


623.00 


289.00 


190.00 


2,645.26 


2,100.27 


974.10 


5,031.41 


1,784.27 


2,636.53 


442 . 85 


375.74 


















780 

179 

26 


350 

71 

3 


245 

72 

6 


491 
51 


111 

33 

8 


207 

78 
7 


127 

39 

3 


71 

29 

1 


985 


424 


323 


544 


152 


292 


169 


101 



324 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 





Thorold 
4,935 


Tilbury 
1,992 


Tillson- 
burg 

3,257 


Toronto 
569,899 




Population 


Twp. 
7,914 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


19,242.41 
6,450.82 

11,137.41 
2,974.67 
3,552.00 


6,475.48 

6,959.33 

13,260.38 

366.66 

1,542.19 


12,126.96 

11,509.34 

10,965.71 

942.02 

2,741.96 

596.42 

1,746.19 


3,158,127.79 
2,841,662.92 
3,377,307.86 
1,580,474.76 
489,833.63 


47,354 32 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


11,461.19 
4,863.57 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


4,501 72 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


190.46 


699.93 


298,832.04 


119 61 






Total earnings 


43,547.77 


29,303.97 


40,628.60 


11,746,239.00 


68,300.41 






Expenses 
iPower purchased 


23,708.54 
2,562.31 


18,992.38 


22,703.00 
1,098.36 


5,716,551.52 
242,329.01 
217,645.06 

380,860.91 
53,519.93 
93,446.23 

276,417.28 

141,955.82 
206,952.84 
350,529.82 
316,857.69 
225,107.88 


30,359.19 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 






Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


3,394.93 
143.40 
348.02 


1,340.47 
12.73 
44.54 


1,517.75 
102.90 
204.39 


4,735.07 


Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 


304.96 
863 . 84 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


318.18 


77.25 


271.97 


643.50 


Promotion of business . 




Billing and collecting . 




910.32 

385.55 
244.75 


870.62 
3,745.81 
823.83 
459.04 
766.30 

1,281.98 


2,923.51 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


1,540.89 
532.73 
348.32 
140.98 

538.10 


4,229.08 

1,288.55 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


1,556.76 


563.70 

535.07 


1,282,631.36 
949,113.10 


3,815.66 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


3,434.46 






Total expenses 


33,576.40 


23,106.76 


33,845.95 


10,453,918.45 


54,154.58 


Gross surplus 


9,971.37 


6,197.21 


6,782.65 


1,292,320.55 


14,145.83 


Gross loss. . , 




Depreciation 


2,483.00 


860.00 


2,494.00 


659,669.34 


6,415.00 






Net surplus 


7,488.37 


5,337.21 


4,288.65 


632,651.21 


7,730.83 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,202 

206 

13 


410 

125 

15 


826 

203 

29 




1,600 


Commercial light service 




147 


Power service 




17 








Total 


1,421 


550 


1,058 




1,764 









1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



4 *B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Zone No. 1 

3,834 


Trafalgar 

Twp., Zone 

No. 2* 


.Walker- 

ville 

10,208 


Wallace- 
burg 
4,234 


Wards- 
ville 
224 


Water- 
down 
871 


Waterford 
1,070 


Waterloo 
7,459 


11,655.63 
666.02 


2,860.42 


109,691.92 

37,421.05 

185,472.06 


16,760.11 
9,857.78 

93,451.04 
1,571.51 
2,967.00 


978.78 
1,204.92 


4,277.71 
723.36 

1,728.34 
214.69 
930.00 


6,649.49 
1,869.24 
4,504.23 
302.51 
1,614.60 


52,180.98 
23,045.99 


944.90 




28,639.38 








3,348.83 






14,216.18 


680.00 


6,769.17 






1,425.00 


104.00 




13,508.94 


1,348.79 


84.58 


139.30 


265.95 


287.16 








13,370.55 


2,860.42 


360,310.15 


125,956.23 


2,948.28 


8,013.40 


15,206.02 


115,696.51 


6,251.00 


1,449.00 


221,425.97 
7,668.84 
2,449.38 

5,011.20 
1,351.24 
4,268.33 
3,794.95 

1,920.43 
884.90 

7,462.14 
14,069,92 

8,072.40 

2,209.18 
12,439.52 

12,341.01 


92,216.19 
313.86 


1,449.38 


5,436.53 


11,621.30 


79,571.01 

2,475.92 












406.21 


2,351.74 


104.45 


2,933.78 

76.76 

714.52 

829.20 

396.69 
191.81 
1,108.13 
4,696.87 
1,939.71 
1,514.36 
3,326.85 

2,195.99 


88.80 


360.21 


368.45 


3,570.95 
10.28 




33.83 




124.60 


6.23 


970.36 












40.58 


66.50 


150.18 


1,455.32 












565.12 
198.00 
103.97 


630.11 

342.91 

99.60 


2,273.06 
5,368.17 
1,175.56 


1,178.33 
193.47 


261.28 


135.72 


461.96 






920.35 


923.94 
749.66 


798.85 


369.49 
326.99 


103.64 
429.22 




3,777.62 
4,017.59 










12,110.10 


2,647.41 


305,369.41 


112,454.72 


2,410.96 


7,387.79 


13,218.78 


105,992.40 


1,260.45 


213.01 


54,940.74 


13,501.51 


537.32 


625.61 


1,987.24 


9,704.11 


893.00 


192.00 


13,524.00 


3,950.00 


182.00 


253.00 


807.00 


7,014.00 


367.45 


21.01 


41,416.74 


9,551.51 


355.32 


372.61 


1,180.24 


2,690.11 


















229 

2 


112 


2,649 

347 

99 


977 

227 
28 


48 

25 


212 

27 
6 


315 
65 
11 


1,694 

225 


11 




70 










242 


112 


3,095 


1,232 


73 


245 


391 


1,989 



*Trafalgar Twp. Zone No. 2. Pop. inc. in Zone 1, 8 months operation. 



326 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality . 


Watford 
1,030 


Welland 
10,085 


Wellesley 
PAY 


West Lome 
795 


Weston 


Population 


4,190 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


6,071.05 
3,429.51 
2,242.92 

334.30 

1,236.18 

12.18 

142.83 


50,099.46 
31,796.89 
66,554.90 

5,972.77 

10,821.78 

146.20 

6,123.71 


2,603.62 

841.84 

2,686.58 


3,147.01 
2,050.19 
7,961.50 


31,491.12 


Commercial light service 


8,847.93 


Commercial power service 


50,019.47 


Municipal power 


1,469.92 


Street lighting 


720.00 


1,010.04 


7,447.17 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


17.48 


207.19 


104.89 






Total earnings 


13,468.97 


171,515.71 


6,869.52 


14,375.93 


99,380.50 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


8,530.72 


83,079.05 

5,060.82 

101.78 

6,856,54 
650.20 

3,360.38 
108.51 

1,131.16 


4,838.59 


13,197.52 


65,486.64 


Substation operation 


193.92 


Substation maintenance . 








408.39 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


861.96 


66.05 

17.68 

3.00 


141.43 


1,445.11 


Line transformer maintenance 


31.08 


Meter maintenance 


61.80 


26.24 


1,045.19 


Consumers premises expenses. . , 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


93.40 


79.77 


41.54 


1,261.28 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


443.61 
525.62 
135.12 
77.06 
261.55 

575.24 


4,367.17 
8,036.96 
2,192.52 
2,061.81 
14,623.44 

8,217.62 




819.93 

75.37 
89.93 




General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


295.47 
62.56 


4,069.03 
829.49 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 


743.58 


247.14 
410.26 


493.51 
203.56 


2,759.27 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,446.05 






Total expenses 


11,566.08 


139,847.96 


6,020.52 


15,089.03 


80,719.03 








1,902.89 


31,667.75 


849.00 




18,661.47 




713.10 
542.00 




Depreciation 


611.00 


9,917.53 


260.00 


4,044.00 






Net surplus 


1,291.89 


21,750.22 


589.00 




14,617.47 


Net loss 


1,255.10 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


268 
79 

5 


2,215 
416 

87 


118 

28 

4 


191 
70 

5 


1,119 


Commercial light service 


174 


Power service 


28 






Total 


352 


2,718 


150 


266 


1,321 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Wheatley 
738 


Windsor 
66,893 


Wood- 
bridge 
717 


Wood- 
stock 
10,195 


Wyoming 
490 


York 
Twp.* 
51,584 


E. York 
Twp. 
25,100 


N. York 
Twp. 
9,510 


$ c. 

3,955.10 
2,724.45 
1,024.74 


$ c. 

550,781.13 

283,027.45 

214,433.98 

21,757.77 

79,969.06 

5,458.52 

2,577.47 


$ c. 

4,640.53 

1,620.09 

2,981.75 

378.13 

810.00 

91.80 

238.33 


$ c. 

76,430.20 

42,187.71 

52,452.03 

3,279.46 

6,939.38 

749.40 

2,298.34 


$ c 

2,047.75 

1,318.78 

114.83 


$ c. 

327,188.76 
37,332.94 
71,283.54 


$ c. 

136,451.58 

14,715.32 

43,810.69 

3,229.12 

16,648.36 


$ c. 

59,433.15 
9,577.93 
7,536.59 
2,947.22 


1,924.00 


750.00 


46,293.42 


4,504.27 




17.27 


11,866.67 


1,207.88 


3,174.60 






9,628.29 


1,158,005.38 


10,760.63 


184,336.52 


4,248.63 


493,965.33 


216,062.95 


87,173.76 


5,283.90 


665,225.60 

16,447.35 

8,997.67 

22,285.87 

4,043.31 

10,149.37 

14,647.70 

32,230.35 
8,130.31 
33,562.09 
20,078.92 
23,564.65 
9,906.96 
69,894.50 

74,139.80 


6,961.04 


119,880.55 

2,364.47 

42.46 

4,602.62 

29.90 

1,410.37 


2,637.54 


184,631.91 
15,533.81 


108,885.70 


33,980.18 












428.36 


268.86 


203.49 


11,323.72 
3,966.31 
7,012.48 

17,640.59 

6,942.82 

3,836.53 

27,450.54 

20,445 . 73 

4,767.50 


7,487.33 
814.87 

4,033.87 
917.53 

1,369.51 

272.94 

10,007.09 

10,923.29 

3,188.54 

3,841.64 

16,261.06 

11,694.20 


8,218.94 
313.13 




46.36 




1,056.63 








313.08 


80.06 


1,915.62 


86.89 


579.47 


316.40 




3,226.24 
4,467.23 
3,611.99 
296.10 
3,811.41 

2,467.63 


125.00 
256.44 


3,299.30 


97.10 

85.21 


585.92 


3,648.87 
1,583.70 








4,570.89 


568.08 

487.28 


480.05 
235.37 


301.21 
594.05 


139,766.34 
17,656.94 


11,027.56 
5,597.99 


7,579.41 


1,013,304.45 


8,657.66 


148,126.59 


4,204.62 


460,975.22 


179,697.57 


73,876.66 


2,048.88 


144,700.93 


2,102.97 


36,209.93 


44.01 


32,990.11 


36,365.38 


13,297.10 


441.00 


52,770.00 


653.00 


9,792.00 


319.00 


14,737.00 


9,266.00 


6,671.00 


1,607.88 


91,930.93 


1,449.97 


26,417.93 




18,253.11 


27,099.38 


6,626.10 




274.99 


















174 

57 

2 


15,178 

2,416 

389 


214 

43 

6 


2,740 

427 

94 


124 
43 

1 


Included 

with 
Toronto 


7,664 

305 

29 


1,870 
159 

25 


233 


17,983 


263 


3,261 


168 




7,998 


2,054 









"For year ending December 31, 1928. Included in Toronto figures, not added in summary 



328 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 


GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Alliston 
1,329 


Arthur 
1,010 


Barrie 


Population 


7,365 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


2,788.03 

1,763.37 

52.24 


8,206,062.87 
4,804,497.40 
7,460,181.72 
1,925,044.21 
1,285,891.27 
42,040.33 
452,158.21 


8,709.44 
5,389.77 
2,195.86 
633.05 
2,278.00 


3,979.17 
3,569.81 
1,685.38 


37,971.73 

20,704.02 

12,410.71 

931 03 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


682.88 


1,828.33 


5,077.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


190.01 


217.15 


35.06 


1,023.50 




Total earnings 


5,476.53 


24,175,876.01 


19,423.27 


11,097.75 


78,117.99 




Expenses 


4,822.30 


13,405,978.50 
389,115.84 
261,096.66 

742,932.41 

84,655.23 

196,650.90 

311,483.19 

283,947.77 
237,641.84 
600,742.67 
739,085.83 
397,113.25 
93,089.84 
1,913,963.65 

1,511,788.75 


9,635.30 


6,863.75 


53,940.12 


Substation operation 


202 37 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


119.64 


1,104.44 


560.75 


3,324.58 


Line transformer maintenance 


474 40 


Meter maintenance 








536.88 


Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


129.27 


80.30 


47.96 


1,803.88 


Promotion of business. . . 




Billing and collecting 








1,738.28 


General office, salaries and expenses 
Undistributed expenses 


316.72 


885.18 


477.07 


1,732.40 
1,014.13 


Truck operation and maintenance. . 








441.65 


Interest 


259.50 
141.00 


2,060.71 
1,087.26 


1,247.46 
573.22 


816.03 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,278.36 






Total expenses 


5,788.43 


21,169,286.33 


14,853.19 


9,770.21 


68,303.08 


Gross surplus 




3,006,589.68 


4,570.08 


1,327.54 


9,814.91 


Gross loss 


311.90 
326.00 




Depreciation 


1,250,559.13 


1,124.00 


340.00 


5,748.00 






Net surplus 




1,756,030.55 


3,446.08 


987.54 


4,066.91 


Net loss 


637.90 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


116 

47 

2 


342,350 
54,903 
10,192 


325 

104 

14 


156 
82 

4 


1,770 


Commercial light service 


330 


Power service 


37 






Total 


165 


407,445 


443 


242 


2,137 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Beaverton 
1,018 


Beeton 
560 


Bradford 
915 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Cannington 
889 


Chatsworth 
316 


Chesley 
1,801 


Coldwater 
610 


$ c. 

7,094.38 
2,390.31 
2,459.10 


$ c. 

3,392.54 
2,573.77 
3,476.61 


$ c. 

4,719.87 
3,584.63 
5,207.87 


$ c. 

980.98 

1,063.45 

986.28 


$ c. 

4,557.85 

2,194.62 

890.05 


$ c. 

1,196.35 

1,441.66 

404.30 


$ c. 

7,230.25 
4,098.54 
8,388.14 
1,111.33 
1,591.37 


$ c. 

2,436.09 
1,478.17 
3,467.01 


988.00 


1,404.00 
11.70 
38.54 


1,206.00 


450.00 


942.50 

64.93 

229.08 


451.00 


528.00 


233.18 


131.79 


150.00 


36.44 


673.13 


282.67 


13,164.97 


10,897.16 


14,850.16 


3,630.71 


8,879.03 


3,529.75 


23,092.76 


8,191.94 


7,125.57 


7,150.46 


8,487.74 


2,081.74 


4,931.61 


1,634.15 


14,599.83 


5,576.00 


















1,193.34 


179.13 


562.61 


287.05 


1,058.60 


13.00 


1,330.27 


655.97 


































180.25 


93.93 


68.79 


67.42 


65.71 


22.44 


170.58 


1.75 














314.66 

747.44 




732.99 


485.55 


697.97 


62.97 


440.79 


312.38 


432.45 














109.25 
785.81 

1,551.96 




500.23 
512.91 


784.63 
367.76 


1,356.29 
659.39 


248.65 
79.72 


598.24 
488.98 


298.26 
199.30 


269.85 
215.75 


10,245.29 


9,061.46 


11,832.79 


2,827.55 


7,583.93 


2,479.53 


19,609.80 


7,151.77 


2,919.68 


1,835.70 


3,017.37 


803.16 


1,295.10 


1,050.22 


3,482.96 


1,040.17 


1,032.00 


496.00 


714.00 


117.00 


556.00 


213.00 


1,038.00 


208.00 


1,887.68 


1,339.70 


2,303.37 


686.16 


739.10 


837.22 


2,444.96 


832.17 


















379 

57 

9 


112 

34 

6 


190 

57 

7 


40 

27 
4 


226 
65 
11 


57 
35 

1 


405 

102 

20 


126 

58 

4 


445 


152 


254 


71 


302 


93 


527 


188 



330 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Colling- 
wood 
5,652 


Cooks- 
town 
P.V. 


Creemore 
605 


Dundalk 
560 


Durham 


Population 


1,720 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


25,081.85 

11,759.06 

27,917.73 

1,393.78 

3,352.00 


2,063.72 

1,576.84 

73.96 


1,984.67 
1,977.44 
1,526.95 


2,302.98 

2,242.77 
2,459.27 


5,460.40 

4,230.01 

15,117.81 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service . . 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


952.00 


580.00 


930.00 


1,760.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


2,368.82 


50.62 


263.95 


399.91 


1,008.28 






Total earnings 


71,873.24 


4,717.14 


6,333.01 


8,334.93 


27,576.50 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


53,823.60 
39.73 
51.22 

2,088.15 


2,198.33 


4,830.80 


5,262.77 


15,234.78 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenace 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


163.58 


381.67 


800.30 


1,235.07 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance . . 


156.56 










Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


248.55 

8.18 

2,236.13 

2,730.76 

1,042.71 

200.41 

442 . 20 

2,172.37 


25.48 


56.27 


129.37 


66.02 


Promotion of business. 




Billing and collecting . 










General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


420.93 


198.23 


645.60 


1,890.08 
492 . 60 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 








173.76 


621.11 
650.34 


180.64 
399.48 


150.77 
287.66 


724.52 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,917.07 






Total expenses 


65,240.57 


4,079.77 


6,047.09 


7,276.47 


21,733.90 






Gross surplus 


6,632.67 


637.37 


285.92 


1,058.46 


5,842.60 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


1,332.00 


416.00 


337.00 


388.00 


948.00 






Net surplus 


5,300.67 


221.37 




670.46 


4,894.60 


Net loss . . 


51.08 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,365 

259 

61 


92 
36 

2 


145 

55 
5 


151 

76 

3 


372 


Commercial light service 


102 


Power service 


12 






Total 


1,685 


130 


205 


230 


486 










1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
442 


Grand 

Valley 
546 


Graven - 
hurst 
1,846 


Hanover 

2,785 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,670 


$ c. 

2,241.25 

1,491.82 

4,033.98 

128.71 


$ c. 

972.39 

547.17 
1,478.04 


$ c. 

2,494.05 

1,766.62 

291.65 


$ c 

2,658.35 
2,020.19 
1,809.24 


$ -c 

7,108.78 

4,673.52 

7,609.50 

963.93 

1,708.66 

538.37 

880.31 


$ c. 

16,185.05 
6,160.48 

18,932.48 

408.70 

3,461.16 


$ c. 

1,015.50 
575.04 
272.54 


$ c. 

11,032.22 
6,626.05 

14,191.30 
1,126.67 


658.80 


483.00 


519.02 


832.00 


490.00 


2,316.00 


107.84 


40.29 


38.12 


323.45 


1,734.24 




228.77 








. 8,662.40 


3.520.89 


5,109.46 


7,643.23 


23,483.07 


46,882.11 


2,353.08 


35,521.01 


5,239.11 


1,939.29 


2,886.95 


5,016.64 


11,327.42 


30,440.55 


1,464.29 


24,215.89 


















722.55 


11.29 


130.24 


119.98 


1,600.89 


2,340.45 
169.47 
122.94 


59.51 


3,118.91 






























48.35 


9.78 


54.30 


59.35 


315.23 


173.72 




51.10 


















925.61 

531.90 

529.79 

. 212.42 

3,478.27 

4,184.31 






281.25 


160.95 


321.05 


561.79 


1,849.95 


143.51 


1,869.54 
















232.82 
229.99 


276.55 
361.00 


452.21 
208.10 


358.85 
601.71 


1,131.39 
2,788.20 


237.34 
172.58 


475.15 
1,470.88 


6,754.07 


2,758.86 


4,052.85 


6,718.32 


19,013.08 


43,109.43 


2,077.23 


31,201.47 


1,908.33 


762.03 


1,056.61 


924.91 


4,469.99 


3,772.68 


275.85 


4,319.54 


195.00 


204.00 


252.00 


452.00 


1,280.00 


2,770.00 


95.00 


881.00 


1,713.33 


558.03 


804.61 


472.91 


3,189.99 


1,002.68 


180.85 


3,438.54 


















148 

55 

9 


50 
19 

1 


122 

40 

1 


133 

53 
2 


411 
62 
14 


668 

116 

17 


48 

17 

1 


518 
96 
12 


212 


70 


163 


188 


487 


801 


66 


626 



332 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Kincardine 
2,131 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 


Lucknow 
1,062 


Markdale 
797 


Meaford 


Population 


2,747 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


13,364.67 
7,537.29 
7,482.67 
1,625.92 
3,679.74 


681.12 
693.77 
357.34 


6,187.28 
3,360.79 
4,010.84 


3,182.94 

2,369.41 

1,053.51 

81.00 

672.00 


10,846.86 

5,861.34 

4,854.61 

814.05 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 




Street lighting 


460.00 


1,722.00 


3,001.30 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


974.39 




177.21 


140.52 


863.51 








Total earnings 


34,664.68 


2,192.23 


15,458.12 


7,499.38 


26,241?67 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


18,803.04 


1,072.89 


9,995.43 


4,322.22 


12,424.60 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . . . 


2,614.49 


225.23 


445.89 


149.88 


1,416.18 
109.17 


Meter maintenance . 










98.48 


Consumers' premises expenses. . 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


305.21 


29.49 


78.82 


113.80 


220.26 


Promotion of business. . 




Billing and collecting. . . . 


913.39 
923.44 








785 . 65 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses. . 


8.80 


990.01 


537.15 


2,087.52 
265 . 68 


Truck operation and maintenance.. . 
Interest 


161.30 
2,649.21 

2,524.01 








181.30 


314.87 
259.96 


875.26 
770.22 


417.00 

242.77 


2,290.13 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,436.38 






Total expenses 


28,894.09 


1,911.24 


13,155.63 


5,782.82 


22,315.35 






Gross surplus 


5,770.59 


280.99 


2,302.49 


1,716.56 


3,926.32 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


1,600.00 


174.00 


594.00 


514.00 


1,143.00 






Net surplus 


4,170.59 


106.99 


1,708.49 


1,202.56 


2,783.32 


















Number of Consumers 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


536 

121 

21 


26 
17 

1 


259 
84 

5 


180 

74 

9 


611 
135 


Power service 


16 






Total 


678 


44 


348 


263 


762 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Midland 
7,820 


Mount 

Forest 

1,911 


Neustadt 
408 


Orangeville 
2,679 


Owen 
Sound 
12,368 


Paisley 
730 


Penetang- 
uishene 
3,985 


$ c. 

32,987.28 

12,513.31 

86,725.75 

3,038.44 

5,997.92 


$ c. 

7,074.82 
5,205.06 
4,954.66 
1,365.99 
2,354.00 


$ c. 

2,067.97 

1,328.91 

120.08 


$ c. 

10,795.50 

8,119.54 

7,249.17 

669.90 

3,217.00 


$ c 

51,778.54 
33,203.32 
33,066.24 


$ c. 

3,547.23 
2,194.52 
1,201.38 


$ c 

8,858.60 
3,316.44 
9,915.24 
1,773.17 


975.00 


9,875.00 


1,408,00 


1,875.00 
6.34 


1,782.21 


464.01 




106.56 


933.49 


180.10 


723.55 






143,044.91 


21,418.54 


4,491.96 


30,157.67 


128,856.59 


8,531.23 


26,468.34 


92,262.08 
2,034.89 
1,815.84 

3,961.30 
454.08 


10,884.13 


2,944.64 


16,864.73 


83,609.34 
5,761.36 


5,762.46 


16,541.61 
1,930.76 










16.35 


1,682.24 


153.82 


1,586.14 


2,926.41 

349.90 

2,200.22 


157.46 


1,817.25 
142.66 


387.81 










33 . 85 














1,144.46 

527.28 


269.89 


46.76 


140.90 


2,845.23 


135.18 


291.63 


2,506.41 






994.62 
265.55 


3,408.95 
6,630.04 
3,008.35 
1,129.83 

1,342.54 

1,679.20 




1,058.53 


2,211.54 
2,712.67 


1,171.38 


361.35 


444.25 


563.01 
434.50 


414.60 










134.57 


3,050.25 
5,013.48 


870.34 
1,130.60 


986.45 
801.85 


1,134.29 
1,952.50 


749.90 
599.72 


1,389.31 
1,636.63 


118,496.69 


16,008.58 


5,294.87 


22,938.73 


114,891.37 


7,848.97 


25,990.66 


24,548.22 


5,409.96 




7,218.94 


13,965.22 


682.26 


477.68 




802.91 
508.00 




7,946.00 


1,107.00 


1,413.00 


6,232.00 


404.00 


911.00 


16,602.22 


4,302.96 




5,805.94 


7,733.22 


278.26 






1,310.91 


433.32 














1,560 

236 

62 


394 

136 

12 


90 
26 

2 


619 

157 

29 


2,950 

523 
121 


168 
49 

4 


537 
98 
26 


1,858 


542 


118 


805 


3,594 


221 


661 



334 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Port 

McNicoll 
879 


Port 
Perrv 
1,150 


Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
449 


Shelburne 


Population 


1,120 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


3,123.44 
564.61 

72.45 


6,654.25 
1,899.07 
3,524.00 
498.73 
1,402.89 


538.17 
278.33 


2,791.34 
2,403.90 


5,498.07 
3,870.54 
2,418.90 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service. 


Municipal power 






515 38 


Street lighting 


506.00 


560.00 


1,330.25 


1,052.88 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 




505.23 




33.83 


246 88 










Total earnings 


4,266.50 


14,484.17 


1,376.50 


6,559.32 


13,602.65 




Expenses 


2,463.50 


7,412.88 


975.76 


3,870.64 


7,815.21 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


56.62 


810.71 


2.88 


222.47 


728.83 


Line transformer maintenance. . 




Meter maintenance ." 












Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


16.36 


29.50 


3.20 


83.84 


112.30 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 










524.85 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


478.55 


763.14 


37.16 


379.84 


105.84 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




444.21 
1,167.84 

592.09 








Interest 


259.76 
381.96 


405 . 29 
374.04 


727.47 
302.41 


623.37 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,083.03 






Total expenses 


3,656.75 


11,220.37 


1,798.33 


5,586.67 


10,993.43 






Gross surplus 


609.75 


3,263.80 




972.65 


2,609.22 


Gross loss 


421.83 
147.00 




Depreciation 


324.00 


686.00 


347.00 


760.00 






Net surplus. . 


285.75 


2,577.80 




625.65 


1,849.22 


Net loss 


568.83 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


159 
28 

1 


271 
72 
12 


25 
9 


100 
46 


295 


Commercial light service 


94 




8 










Total 


188 


355 


34 


146 


397 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Stayner 
967 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
453 


Teeswater 
813 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

535 


Uxbridge 
1,417 


$ c. 

3,519.57 
2,177.64 
2,521.76 


$ c. 

1,823.26 
1,677.40 

272.74 


$ c. 

2.891.48 
1,836.87 
1,128.95 


$ c. 

4,785.42 

3,041.25 

833.33 


$ c. 

1,092.52 
555.99 
364.56 


$ c. 

2,937.00 

2,347.56 

838.57 

261.04 

1,225.08 


$ c 

6,938.62 
3,575.94 
1,546.64 


1,200.00 


567.00 


1,675.00 


1,908.00 


840.00 


1,548.00 


408.24 


32.12 




37.96 






427.96 












9,827.21 


4,372.52 


7,532.30 


10,605.96 


2,853.07 


7,609.25 


14,037.16 


5,048.87 


2,693.44 


3,898.65 


5,105.50 


1,649.17 


5,184.85 


7,830.66 
















684.27 


248.40 


270.61 


179.46 


31.58 


364.23 


453.23 






























122.20 


58.36 


104.72 


64.32 


23.08 


2.50 


47.01 
















522.97 


254.38 


455.22 


553.12 


88.66 


171.39 


.879.96 
















365.63 
859.84 


265.62 

255.72 


659.62 
761.05 


1,116.99 
880.55 


523.57 
336.65 


579.37 
312.64 


974.50 
771.24 


7,603.78 


3,775.92 


6,149.87 


7,899.94 


2,652.71 


6,614.98 


10,956.60 


2,223.43 


596.60 


1,382.43 


2,706.02 


200.36 


994.27 


3,080.56 


443.00 


258.00 


442.00 


542.00 


261.00 


345.00 


549.00 


1,780.43 


338.60 


940.43 


2,164.02 




649.27 


2,531.56 




60.64 














223 
73 
10 


97 

39 

3 


114 

38 

4 


208 
60 

7 


49 
17 

2 


120 

56 

6 


311 
94 
15 


306 


139 


156 


275 


68 


182 


420 



336 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



Victoria 

Harbor 

1,382 



Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 



Wingham 
2,266 



Woodville 
407 



GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 



Earnings 



Domestic service. . . 
Commercial light. . 
Commercial power 
Municipal power. . , 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



2,523.29 

935.89 

14.64 

55.49 

684.00 



* c. 

1,864.11 

438.35 

353.28 

96.16 

369.00 



9.58 



11.43 



12,758.55 

8,191.59 

12,982.07 

324.01 

3,534.00 

. 1,016.82 

781.71 



$ c. 

1,750.71 
1,043.00 
1,153.81 



486.00 
221.50 



$ c. 

375,732.47 

214,677.39 

326,302.95 

17,816.48 

88,911.90 

1,638.16 

19,557.13 



Total earnings. 



4,222.89 



3,132.33 



39,588.75 



4,655.02 



1,044,636.48 



and 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



2,420.66 



1,323.45 



19,957.09 
1,958.50 



2,443.10 



208.97 



95.04 



2,536.45 



457.66 



641,487.29 

11.927.61 

1,883.41 

47,530.03 
1,699.68 
3,536.74 



51.11 



29.84 



347.05 



24.54 



404.50 



347.32 



170.02 
373.91 



102.20 
202.95 



556.38 
910.29 
486.29 
225.55 
3,146.86 

3,209.59 



184.24 



247.40 

185.75 



10,582.09 
535.46 

15,963.46 

41,343.35 
9,986.72 
3,828.85 

45,133.04 

53,389.04 



Total expenses 

Gross surplus. . 
Gross loss .... 
Depreciation . . 
Net surplus. . . 
Net loss 



3,629.17 



2,100.80 



33,334.05 



3,542.69 



888,826.77 



593.72 



1,031.53 



6,254.70 



1,112.33 155,809.71 



346.00 218.00 



2,250.00 



184.00 



247.72 813.53 



4,004.70 



928.33 



51,784.00 



104,025.71 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



Total. 



147 
26 

2 

175 



112 

18 

6 

136 



535 

160 

26 

721 



93 

27 
3 

123 



18,798 

4,450 

670 

23,918 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



4 'B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 












Alexandria 
2,284 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
625* 


Belleville 
13,018** 


Bloomfield 

572 


Brockville 
9,322 


Carleton 
Place 
4,293 


$ c. 

7,499.97 
4,979.16 

6,358.75 


$ c. 

1,006.38 

751.54 
227.06 


$ c. 

3,428.70 
1,714.13 


$ c. 

55,848.20 
38,179.11 
28,653.98 
6,535.92 
7,259.30 
1,106.31 
1,430.02 


$ c. 

2,652.87 

867.69 

3,067.44 


$ c. 

33,660.73 

21,919.98 

36,188.35 

6,239.00 

8,575.00 


$ c 

18,394.53 

9,373.18 

21,533.98 


1,877.49 




2,419.91 


2,840.00 


391.00 


1,888.75 


780.00 


3,230.10 
98.63 


117.49 






212.03 


6,884.57 


1,290.17 










23,672.86 


2,375.98 


7,031.58 


139,012.84 


7,580.03 


113,467.63 


56,340.50 


13,068.69 


1,613.08 


4,473.80 


74,920.29 


5,089.79 


56,120.05 

5,153.58 

524.33 

2,687.19 

157.42 

1,565.75 


26,321.16 












123.31 


1,545.80 



100.46 


107.68 
80.91 


2,257.64 

226.81 

1,414.66 


167.07 


2,390.19 
99.19 








378.52 














250.87 


58.56 


77.25 


1,000.03 


68.61 


1,552.61 
60.00 
1,355.52 
6,340.50 
1,788.10 
832.19 
7,335.24 

8,292.48 


377.68 








1,975.81 
8,274.15 
1,364.95 




1,463.98 


1,338.73 


307.32 


337.78 


336.43 


3,008.17 
472 50 










709 64 


1,909.98 
2,217.12 


283.12 
240.76 


955.49 
401.51 


6,270.00 
4,098.66 


541.01 
319.86 


3,242.64 
1,908.69 


20,331.19 


2,603.30 


6,434.42 


101,803.00 


6,522.77 


93,764.96 


40,495.67 


3,341.67 




597.16 


37,209.84 


1,057.26 


19,702.67 


15,844.83 


I 


227.32 
133.00 


1,135.00 


340.00 


3,630.00 


372.00 


6,175.00 


1,600.00 


2,206.67 




257.16 


33,579.84 


685.26 


13,527.67 


14,244.83 




360.32 
















297 

105 

14 


37 

17 

1 


120 

38 


2,954 

500 

92 


145 
25 

7 


2,406 

421 

72 


901 
190 

17 








416 


55 


158 


3,546 


177 


2,899 


1,108 



*11 months' operation. **9 months' operation. 



338 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Chester- 
ville 
1,013 


Finch 
344 


Havelock 
1,134 


Kempt- 
ville 
1,269 


Kingston 
21,365 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,282.23 
2,375.93 
4,638.96 


$ c. 

1,940.27 
1,638.77 
1,413.60 


$ c 

6,343.23 
1,894.48 
6,490.71 


$ c 

5,644.19 
3,566.50 
4,593.20 


$ c. 

99,006.16 

74,933.59 

66,058.76 

7,984 20 


Commercial light 


Commercial power 

Municipal power 


Street lighting 

Merchandise 


1,032.00 
782.75 
375.94 


775.00 


1,566.00 


1,824.50 
510.90 
930.13 


20,000.00 


Miscellaneous 




163.35 


5,713.98 








Total earnings 


13,487.81 


5,767.64 


16,457.77 


17,069.42 


273,696.69 


Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 


9,039.49 


2,658.90 


10,015.10 


7,460.59 


99,980.04 
4,577.60 
3,487.63 

12,651.80 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,016.23 


96.10 


886.06 


2,032.32 


Line transformer maintenance 


1,497.04 


Meter maintenance 










4,842.66 


Consumers' premises expenses 










2.016.50 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


107.04 


42.65 


158.84 


176.75 


6,846.54 


Promotion of business 


114.64 


Billing and collecting 










6,264.32 


General office, salaries and expenses. . 
Undistributed expenses 


779.96 


221.50 


403.41 


1,129.28 


9,436.35 
22,381.11 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 






257.22 
1,461.96 

1,406.41 


285.84 
1,368.79 

504.01 


2,321.56 


Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


186.22 
154.10 


537.97 
201.71 


12,890.77 
11,068.76 


Total expenses 


11,283.04 


3,758.83 


14,589.00 


12,957.58 


200,377.32 






Gross surplus 

Gross loss 


2,204.77 


2,008.81 


1,868.77 


4,111.84 


73,319.37 


Depreciation 


490.00 


203.00 


722.00 


717.00 


15,906.00 






Net surplus 

Net loss 


1,714.77 


1,805.81 


1,146.77 


3,394.84 


57,413.37 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


212 

60 

3 


67 
33 

1 


289 

50 

3 


267 

78 

6 


5,240 


Commercial light service 


814 


Power service 


135 






Total 


275 


101 


342 


351 


6,189 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Lakefield 
1,469 


Lanark 
579 


Lancaster 
560 


Lindsay 
7,231 


Marmora 
853 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 

774 


$ c 

6,133.18 
5,092.93 
3,040 66 


$ c. 

2,240.73 

1,182.53 

122.63 


$ c. 

1,935.65 
2,211.59 


$ c. 

40,905 . 87 

26,086.87 

32,495.11 

3,518.76 

7,796.29 

175.45 

764.06 


$ c 

3,315.56 

1,793.93 

474.28 


$ c. 

870.92 
845 . 50 


$ c. 

2,964.74 

1,985.41 

260 16 










1,827.00 


672.17 


1,495.50 


1,566.00 


300.00 


2,196.25 


584 57 


111.79 




35.61 


76.21 


14.50 








16,678.34 


4,329.85 


5,642.74 


111,742.41 


7,185.38 


2,092.63 


7,421.06 


8,135.82 


2,374.90 


3,380.82 


59,795.65 


4,053.95 


995.24 


4,621.90 
















1,649.95 


79.64 


124.94 


3,861.13 


137.42 


13.00 


141.15 








1,074.05 
493.02 

1,863.21 




















34.33 


21.82 


57.84 


37.60 


61.81 


151.27 








2,165.84 

7,109.03 

686.25 

625.93 

6,080.13 

3,931.54 








563.97 


312.00 


226.96 


521.14 


70.44 


314.12 














2,013.96 
642.90 


337.21 
367.89 


734.96 
563.26 


756.93 

837.55 


261.55 
259.97 


700.18 
704.22 


13,040.93 


3,493.46 


5,088.78 


87,685.78 


6,344.59 


1,662.01 


6,632.84 


3,637.41 


836.39 


553.96 


24,056.63 


840.79 


430.62 


788.22 


877.00 


203 . 00 


233.00 


2,710.60 


462.00 


111.00 


420.00 


2,760.41 


633.39 


320.96 


21,346.03 


378.79 


319.62 


368.22 


289 
76 

7 


115 
33 

2 


71 
39 


1,802 

336 

71 


184 

48 

3 


33 
19 


128 

46 

2 










372 


150 


110 


2,209 


235 


52 


176 



340 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Con tinu ed 



Municipality. 
Population. . . 



Norwood 

752 



Omemee 

511 



Oshawa' 
20,609 



Perth 
3,712 



Peterboro 
21,768 



Earnings 



c. 



Domestic service. . 
Commercial light . . 
Commercial power. 
Municipal power. . . 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



4,319.15 
2,301.73 
1,871.15 



2,281.74 

1,101.55 

303.87 



1,551.00 



916.43 



222.92 



158,949.20 

63,967.16 

196,391.23 

6,295.83 

9,846.00 

257.42 

5,006.85 



20,952. 

12,955. 

14,085. 

2,489. 

2,080.96 

2,947.33 

198.05 



* c. 

104,348.25 

65,659.13 

96,976.26 

7,323.30 

18,662.06 



4,714.14 



Total earnings. 



10,265.95 



4,603.59 



440,713.69 



55,709.15 



297,683.14 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
Maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



4,554.57 



2,715.24 



315,846.18 



22,589.56 
360.00 



755.70 



404.08 



44.88 



37.49 



340.10 



293.35 



8,905.97 

1,796.07 

3,375.33 

19.74 

1,368.19 

99.41 

7,001.17 

15,252.40 

5,951.10 



1,820.47 
115.55 
172.56 



230.95 



260.26 
1,986.15 

812.86 



429.42 
602.31 



13,497.92 
8,823.50 



1,314.93 

2,258.47 

855.66 

567.26 

3,446.49 

1,440.94 



176,311.08 
5,232.01 

1,174.47 

9,946.75 
442.92 

5,717.68 
480.00 

5,066.60 
3,000.00 

7,723.57 
6,519.73 
8,885.41 
4,303.56 
26,643.78 

14,263.54 



Total expenses. 



8,754.52 



4,481.89 



381,936.98 



35,172.84 



275,711.10 



Gross surplus. 

Gross loss 

Depreciation . 
Net surplus. . 
Net loss 



1,511.43 



121.70 



58,776.71 



20,536.31 



21,972.04 



861.00 



479.00 



6,912.00 



2,521.97 



13,236.00 



650.43 



51,864.71 



18,014.34 



8,736.04 



357.30 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



206 

66 

4 



127 
36 

7 



6,241 

517 

99 



816 

179 

24 



5,150 

745 
155 



Total. 



276 



170 



6,857 



1,019 



6,050 



*11 months' operation. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 



Picton 
3,266 


Prescott 

2,724 


Russell 
P.V. 


Smiths Falls 
7,105 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
832 


Whitby 
5,195* 


$ c. 

18,142.51 
9,260.24 
8,065.54 


$ c. 

12,770.09 
7,752.19 
3,736.35 
1,603.93 
3,425.00 


$ c 

2,369.34 
1,446.23 


$ c. 

41,055.96 
16,454.79 
28,113.46 


$ c 

1,827.93 
1,389.67 


$ c 

4,386.64 
1,976.58 
2,954.92 


$ c. 

17,606.51 

9,428.47 

15,171.84 


2,377.84 






2,278.40 


3,581.72 
1,583.50 


1,012.00 


6,713.36 


692.14 


883.98 


3,301.12 
16.54 


1,582.48 


611.80 




1,887.79 


150.50 


311.82 


175.46 








44,593.83 


29,899.36 


4,827.57 


94,225.36 


4,060.24 


10,513.94 


47,978.34 


32,579.38 


17,274.97 
1,730.23 


3,055.24 


34,161.34 
1,538.32 


2,407.38 


5,669.87 


31,162.08 
59.95 












1,954.16 


2,683.40 


89.05 


5,384.02 

14.32 

260.56 


73.98 


707.12 


3,723.32 
119.90 


26.00 


429.20 








251.04 












916.45 


597.92 


127.04 


1,175.65 


35.77 


26.25 


690.19 


1,031.04 


1,090.79 

2,097.25 

724.12 




2,062.21 
3,288.02 
1,536.42 
615.86 
7,432.03 

9,763.36 






1,513.99 


3,179.99 

582.28 


275.97 


206.63 


489.98 


1,512.71 
702.30 


404.66 








225.30 


24.86 
480.43 


475.51 
1,451.51 


529.45 
336.77 


623.48 
175.66 


911.68 
497.61 


2,189.46 
2,033.14 


41,179.25 


28,554.90 


4,413.52 


67,232.11 


3,522.90 


8,302.51 


44,183.38 


3,414.58 


1,344.46 


414.05 


26,993.25 


537.34 


2,211.43 


3,794.96 


1,498.00 


2,239.00 


235.00 


4,979.00 


171.00 


628.00 


1,947.64 


1,916.58 




179.05 


22,014.25 


366.34 


1,583.43 


1,847.32 




894.54 
















926 

182 

47 


613 

166 

19 


102 

33 


1,600 

258 
43 


87 
41 


259 
61 

8 


784 

146 

15 










1,155 


798 


135 


1,901 


128 


328 


945 



* Population includes 1,475 hospital patients. 



342 



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No. 4 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Conclu ded 


OTTAWA 
SYSTEM 


Municipality 

population 


Williams- 
burg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
992 


EASTERN 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Ottawa 
120,799 


Richmond 
365 






Earnings 


$ c. 

1,186.24 
475.51 
200.35 


$ c. 

5,258.47 

2,751.04 

754.66 


$ c. 

693,528.71 
398,312.86 
584,242.38 

50,943.95 

119,967.63 

7,912.05 

34,035.48 


$ c. 

299,943.05 

145,011.53 

63,693.22 

30,981.72 

68,445.27 


$ c 

1,298.53 
1,513.84 


Commercial light 


Commercial power 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


234.00 


1,053.00 
433.22 
400.00 


756.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


69.25 


1,446.70 








Total earnings 


2,165.35 


10,650.39 


1,888,943.06 


609,521.49 


3,568.37 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,407.02 


7,326.56 


1,051,179.73 

18,651.69 

5,309.74 

69,148.77 
4,550.13 

19,508.01 
3,009.26 

23,497.12 

3,274.05 

34,963.17 

77,829.58 

45,930.20 

11,409.28 

106,589.05 

79,272.11 


248,663.73 
14,054.13 


2,095.82 






Substation maintenance 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


48.19 


706.79 


25,534.25 
1,192.39 
9,163.47 


97.65 


Line transformer maintenance. . . . 




Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses. ... 








Street lighting, operation and 
maintenance 


49.02 


185.41 


29,600.32 

8,104.83 

34,605.11 

21,094.85 
29,920.83 


5.75 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 








General office, salaries and ex- 
penses . 


94.76 


988.98 


174.34 


Undistributed expenses 




Truck operation and maintenance 
Interest 








54.32 
164.67 


476.39 
304.41 


43,463.44 
19,673.51 


475.57 


Sinking fund and principal pay- 
ments on debentures 


176.70 






Total expenses 


1,817.98 


9,988.54 


1,554,121.89 


485,070.86 


3,025.83 






Gross surplus 


347.37 


661.85 


334,821.17 


124,450.63 


542.54 


Gross loss 




Depreciation 


121.00 


506.00 


72,774.21 


55,906.49 


152.00 






Net surplus 


226.37 


155.85 


262,046.96 


68,544.14 


390.54 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


55 

19 

1 


270 

63 

3 


32,793 

5,440 

861 


11,734 

1,459 

211 


36 


Commercial light service 

Power service 


27 






Total 


75 


336 


39,094 


13,404 


63 







930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1929 





THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 


OTTAWA 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


Fort William 
23,544 


Nipigon 
P.V. 


Port Arthur 
18,305 


THUNDER 

BAY SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 

SYSTEMS 

GRAND 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

301,241.58 

146,525.37 

63,693.22 


$ c. 

192,889.88 
67,548.50 
49,709.10 
22,845.97 
18,075.44 


$ c 

2,212.42 
1,858.87 


$ c. 

102,013.64 
64,345.67 

892,029.37 
38,811.91 
15,439.92 


$ c. 

297,115.94 

133,753.04 

941,738.47 

61,657.88 

34,290.36 


$ c. 

9,873,681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376,158.74 


30,981.72 




2,086,444.24 


69,201.27 


775.00 


1,598,262.43 
51,590.54 


1,446.70 






15,583.43 


15,583.43 


522,780.95 










613,089.86 


351,068.89 


4,846.29 


1,128,223.94 


1,484,139.12 


29,206,684.53 


250,759.55 
14,054.13 


214,815.37 

5,887.97 

461.21 

9,071.75 
1,001.55 

8,492.57 
2.58 

7,001.76 


1,502.48 


813,439.96 

21,633.03 

5,524.54 

13,223.37 

509.16 

4,774.58 


1,029,757.81 

27,521.00 

5,985.75 

22,573.93 

1,510.71 

13,267.15 

2.58 

11,740.35 
1,288.10 
9,455.01 

24,497.69 

19,255.06 

2,302.65 

43,070.74 

22,901.53 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 






274,275.56 


25,631.90 
1,192.39 


278.81 


907,817.04 
93,608.14 


9,163.47 




242,126.27 






314,495.03 


29,606.07 
8,104.83 


38.65 


4,699.94 
1,288.10 
4,525.13 

14,621.85 

12,839.07 

2,302.65 

20,692.26 

9,395.65 


359,373.40 
250,844.28 


34,605.11 


4,929.88 

9,206.07 
6,415.99 




695,729.42 


21,269.19 
29,920.83 


669.77 


904,025.64 
502,206.06 






110,630.62 


43,939.01 
19,850.21 


21,889.05 
13,162.68 


489.43 
343 . 20 


2,152,695.49 
1,687,201.64 


488,096.69 


302,338.43 


3,322. 3 4 


929,469.29 


1,235,130.06 


25,335,461.74 


124,993.17 


48,730.46 


1,523.95 


198,754.65 


249,009.06 


3,871,222.79 


56,058.49 


14,772.00 


329.00 


23,570.00 


38,671.00 


1,469,846.83 


68,934.68 


33,958.46 


1,194.95 


175,184.65 


210,338.06 


2,401,375.96 














11,770 

1,486 
211 


5,518 

912 

99 


101 
36 


4,006 
744 
106 


9,625 

1,692 

205 


415,336 
67,971 
12,139 








13,467 


6,529 


137 


4,856 


11,522 


495,446 



344 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C" 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Acton , 



Agincourt. 
Ailsa Craig, 

Alexandria . 



Alliston . . 
Alvinston 



Amherstburg , 



Ancaster Twp . 



Apple Hill. 
Arkona . . . 



Arthur. 



Athens. 



Aylmer . 



Ayr. . . 
Baden 

Barrie 



Barton Twp 
Beachville . . 



1,973 



521 

2,284 

1,329 
635 

3,017 



385 
1,010 

625 

2,050 

789 



7,365 



124 

62 

3 

52 

56 

94 
41 

101 

12 

1 

84 
6 

80 

7 
12 

22 

81 
4 

23 

48 

83 
4 

40 

23 

160 
23 

1 

89 
3 

65 



80 c.p. j 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt 
500 watt 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

1,000 watt m 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 



% c 

9.00 

9.00 

20.00 

13.00 

10.00 

18.001 
28.00/ 

20.00 
20.00 
18.00 

20.001 
29.00/ 

10.50 
24.00 
32.50 
20.00J 

12.001 
26.00/ 

17.00 

20.00 

20.00 
33.00 

25.00 
45.00 

10.00 
25.00 
50.00 

10.00 
36.00 

8.00 

8.001 
15.001 
18.00) 
22.00J 

14.00 

11.00 



$ c. 
1,736.25 

675.96 
560.00 

2,840.00 
2,278.00 
1,855.92 

1,731.33 

1,076.00 

391.00 
960.00 

1,828.33 
1,888.75 

2,064.55 

988.10 
520.00 

5,077.00 

252.00 
528.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system, 
fll months' operation. 



raMultiple system. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Beaverton 


1,018 


Beeton 


560 


Belle River 


791 


Blenheim 


1,591 


Bloomfield 


572 


Blyth 


641 


Bolton 


599 


Bothwell 


630 


Bradford 


915 


Brampton 


5,100 



Brantford 



Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport .... 



Brigden 



Brockville . 



Brussels. 



28.903 



9,322 



736 



6 

88 

9 

8 

12 

64 
14 

75 



136 

4 

13 

52 

100 

56 

65 
21 

60 

7 

638 
2 

f3479 

10 

12 

2 

20 

150 

351 



25 

45 

39 
20 



572 

15 

38 

52 

6 

79 
18 



500 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



100 c.p. 
100 watt 



100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 
750 watt 
1500 c.p. 



100 watt m 



150 c.p. 5 

400 c.p. ^ 

600 c.p. ^ 

100 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 
100 watt m 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
1-Lt. std. 
3-Lt. stds. 
5-Lt. stds. 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 



40.00 

8.00 

8.00 

14.00 

18.00 

18.00 
18.00 

11.00 



12.00 
28.00 
37.00 

15.00 

13.00 

14.00 

11.00 
28.00 

18.00 
18.00 

8.00 
35.00 

7.501 
8.50 
11.00 
45.00 
46.00 
45.00j 

13.00 

18.00 

10.00 

15.00 
26.50 

11.00 
17.00 
21.00 
24.00 
24.00 

12.00 
18.00 



$ c 
988.00 

1,404.00 
825.00 

2,427.50 

780.00 

1,293.50 

788.74 

1,306.52 
1,206.00 
5,183.00 

34,047.65 

4,457.92 
450.00 
450.00 

1,121.46 
8,575.00 
1,272.00 



$ c 
0.97 

2.51 
1.04 

1.53 

1.36 
2.02 
1.32 

2.01 
1.32 
1.02 

tt 



0.92 



1.73 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



wMultipIe system. 



346 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No, 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



showing 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost 
per annum 


Burford 




67 


100 watt 


m 


$ c. 
13.00 


$ c. 
871.08 


Burgessville 




23 


100 watt 


m 


13.00 


299.00 


Caledonia 


1,450 


/ 164 
\ 20 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


8.001 
13.00/ 


1,562.01 


Campbellville. . . . 




19 


100 watt 


m 


24.00 


456.00 


Cannington 


889 


74 


100 watt 


m 


13.00 


942.50 


Carleton Place. . . 


4,293 


f 172 

\ 22 
I 67 


60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


10.00) 
IS. OOf 

20.00J 


3,230.10 


Cayuga. 


619 


84 


100 watt 


m 


18.00 


1,501.50 


Chatham 


15,509 


f 41 

I 728 

90 

1 72 


150 c.p. 

150 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 


12.00) 
13.Q0 

30.00 f 
38.00J 


15,206.84 


Chatsworth 


316 


41 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


451.00 


Chesley 


1,801 


113 


100 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 


14.00 


1,591.37 


Chesterville 


1,013 


86 


m 


12.00 


1,032.00 


Chippawa 


1,207 


84 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,008.00 


Clifford 


493 
1,936 


54 
f 157 

1 '! 


100 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


m 

s 
m 
m 


15.00 

11.00) 
11.00 
55.00J 


810.00 


Clinton 


1,950.92 






Cold water 


610 


48 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


528.00 


Collingwood 


5,652 


419 


150 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


3,352.00 


Comber 




f 42 
I 12 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00) 
18.00/ 


707.00 








Cookstown 




56 

25 
43 


100 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 


s 

m 
m 


17.00 
15.00 
20.00 


952.00 


Cottam 




379.00 


Courtright 


417 


860.00 


Creemore 


605 


58 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


580.00 


Dashwood 




41 
19 
47 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 


13.00 
12.00 
11.00 


536.49 


Delaware 




228.00 


Dorchester 




507.36 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. ^Multiple system. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



347 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 
per 

capita 



Drayton . 

Dresden . 

Drumbo. 
Dublin.. 
Dundalk 

Dundas. 



Dunnville 



Durham. 
Dutton . 



East Windsor. 



Elmira 



jElmvale. . 
Elm wood. 
Elora 
Embro. . . 
Erieau . . . 



Essex . 



Etobicoke Twp. 
Exeter 



Fergus. . . . 

Finch 

Flesherton 



574 
1,424 



560 
5,009 

3,386 

1,720 
802 

13,531 
2,692 



1,216 
431 
201 

1,821 



1,583 

2,080 
344 
442 



'70 

128 
15 

38 

47 

93 

' 316 
15 

7 

249 

27 

110 

105 

296 
121 
192 

190 

8 

59 

23 

101 

54 

21 

106 

29 

6 

1,118 

165 

23 

126 
30 

31 

52 
1 



100 watt 

100 c.p. 
50 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 



100 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 



$ c. 

12.00 

14.001 
4.36/ 

13.00 

15.00 

10.00 

11.00 
16.00 
36.00J 

12.001 
50.00/ 

16.00 

9.00 

8.00 
14.00 
20.00 

9.00 
12.00 

11.00 

21.00 

16.00 

13.00 

20.00 

11.001 

13.00 

22.00J 

13.00 

9.00\ 
18.00/ 



16.00 
18.50 

25.00 

10.00 
30.00 



$ c. 
840.00 

1,842.30 

494.00 
705.00 
930.00 

3,968.00 

4,249.08 

1,760.00 
945.00 

7,592.84 

1,806.00 

658.80 
483.00 
1,616.00 
702.00 
420.00 

1,654.52 

13,975.11 
1,901.97 

2,571.00 
775.00 
519.02 



$ c. 
1.46 



1.29 



1.66 
0.79 

1.25 

1.02 
1.18 



ft 



0.67 



1.33 
1.63 
2.09 

0.91 



1.20 

1.24 
2.25 
1.17 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. ^Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



raMultiple system. 



348 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 
per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Fonthill 
Forest. . 



Fort William 



Gait 



Georgetown 
Glencoe 



Goderich 



Grand Valley 
Granton 



Gravenhurst . 



Guelph 



Hagersville 



Hamilton 



727 
1,415 

23,544 

12,977 

1,973 
793 

4,264 
546 



1,846 



19,202 



1,290 



127,447 



69 

123 
131 

187 
58 

487 

4 

67 

{ 977 

316 

152 

74 

170 

1 

17 

101 
29 



317 

8 

8 

16 

3 

52 

36 

f 16 

20 

134 

2 

32 

18 

1407 

32 

4 

6 

52 

39 

100 

T8186 

1411 
11 

\ 378 
66 

82 



100 watt m 



100 watt 
200 watt 



100 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
3-Lt. stds. 
Park Its. 



300 watt 
100 watt 
100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 

500 watt 
60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
1,000 watt 
750 watt 



100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
750 watt 
500 watt 



100 watt 
60 watt 

1,000 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 
Arcs 



100 c.p. 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt tn 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 



100 watt m 



$ c. 
14.00 

11.00) 
7.00/ 

45.00) 

30.00 

8.50 

9.60 

45.00 

9.00 
12.00 
35.00 
40.00J 

11.00) 
19.001- 
13.00J 

14.00 
20.00 



9 


00) 


15 


00 


25 


00 


35 


00 


9. 00 J 



16.00 

10.00 

35.00] 
10.001 
10.00 
ll.OOj 

34. 00' 
4.00 
10.00 
12.50 
18.75 
25.00 
46.50 
43.00. 

12.00 

7.50) 
11.00! 
18.001 
37. OOf 
55.00| 
32.00J 



$ c. 
904.78 

2,321.00 



18,075.44 

20,913.01 

2,110.00 
1,994.00 

3,746.50 

832.00 
360.00 

1,708.66 



20,057.76 



1,200.00 



94,292.91 



0.93 



0.74 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 
^Includes Glen Williams. 



sSeries system. ^Multiple system. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Qapita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Hanover , 



Harriston 
Harrow. . 
Havelock . 
Hensall . . 



Hespeler . 



Highgate 

Holstein 

Humberstone 

Huntsville 



Ingersoll 



Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Kincardine . 



Kingston , 



Kingsville 
Kirkfield. 



2,785 



1,145 



1,134 
748 

2,748 

359 



1,766 
2,670 

5,150 

460 
1,269 

2,131 

21,365 
2,427 



f 16 
91 
12 

4 

89 
17 

59 

63 
16 

76 

[ 110 
14 

38 

I 7 
[ 30 

50 

14 

108 

f 39 

I 15 

\ 20 

37 

58 

13 
320 

2 

2 

26 

56 

89 

121 
13 
19 
15 

82 

433 

61 

138 
100 

23 



250 c.p. ^ 

100 c.p. j 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 



100 watt m 

100 c.p. 5 

250 c.p. 

100 watt 



150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 
150 watt 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 
100 watt m 



100 c.p. 

400 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
50 watt 
75 watt 



100 w. pks. m 

100 c.p. 

600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 



150 c.p. 5 

400 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 



100 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. 5 

1,000 c.p. j 

250 c.p. 5 

60 watt m 

100 watt m 



32.00 
27.00 
32.00 
27.00J 

11.00\ 
11.00/ 

12.00 

18.00\ 
27.00/ 

12.00 

10.00] 

20.00 

16.00 

35.00 

10.00J 

11.00 

35.00 

12.00 

14.00] 
36.00| 
14.00}- 
10.001 
10. 00 J 

5.50] 
11.001 
28 . 00 ^ 
25.00| 
35. 00 J 

12.00 

20.50 

22.00] 
27.00 
16. OOf 
27.00J 



18.00 
12.00 

20.00 



$ c. 
3,461.16 

1,193.40 
708.00 

1,566.00 
912.00 

2,533.00 

550.03 

490.00 

1,274.00 

2,316.00 

4,607.50 

672.00 

1,824.50 

3,679.74 

20,000.00 

3,619.50 
460.00 



$ c 
1.24 

1.04 
** 

1.38 
1.22 

0.92 

1.53 
** 

0.72 
0.87 

0.89 

1.46 
1.44 

1.73 

0.94 

tt 
** 






**Population not shown in Government statistics. ^Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



^Multiple system. 



350 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Gost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Kitchener 



Lakefield. 
Lambeth. 



Lanark. . . 
Lancaster . 
La Salle. . 



Leamington 



Lindsay, 



Listowel . 



London 



London Twp. 

Lucan 

Lucknow 
Lynden 



26,709 



1,469 



579 
560 
623 

5,072 

7,231 
2,346 



66,132 



573 
1,062 



r 43 

|1980 

59 

I 349 

I 22 

65 

27 

78 

166 

18 

104 

32 

1 

37 

41 

66 

{ 157 

20 

141 

38 

408 

27 

f 141 
114 

7 

24 

3 

32 

131 

226 

2184 

227 

98 

21 

46 

146 

4 

18 

52 
1 

69 

55 
16 

39 



100 watt 
200 watt 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 



100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt 
200 watt 



16 c.p. 

80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
200 watt 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
1,000 c.p. 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 

500 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



60 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

600 c.p. 5 

400 c.p. 5 

600 c.p. s 

150 c.p. s 

400 c.p. 5 

500 watt m 

300 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 c.p. s 

400 watt m 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 



% c. 

7.00] 

8.00 

8.00 

15.00 

13.00 

17.50 

15.00 

20.00 

25.00 

25.00J 

18.00 

12.00\ 
47.00/ 

18.00 

36.50 

17.00 

13.001 
17.00 
26.00( 
31.00.J 

15.00 
70.00 

9.00 
11.00 
25.00 
30.00 
35.00 



28.001 


18.00 


30.00 


11.00 


24.00 


40.00 


20.00 


14.00 


18.00 


10.00 


20. 00 J 



12.00 
16.50 

15.00 

22.00 
32.00 

10.00 



$ 


c. 


29,951 


.26 


1,827.00 


407 


50 


672 


17 


1,495 


50 


1,110 


66 


7,155.06 


7,796.29 


3,511 


11 


43,751 


14 


640 


50 


1,032 


20 


1,722 


00 


390 


56 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



mMultiple sytem- 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



351 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 






Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost 
per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Markdale 


797 


84 


150 c.p. i 


$ c. 
8.00 


% c. 
672.00 


$ c 
0.84 


Markham 


956 


/ 20 
1 80 


60 watt m 
100 watt m 


11.001 
14.00/ 


1,340.00 


1.40 


Marmora 


853 


87 


100 watt m 


18.00 


1,566.00 


1.84 


Martintown 




15 
63 


100 watt m 
150 c.p. s 


20.00 
35.00 


300.00 
2,196.25 


** 


Maxville 


774 


2.84 


Meaford 


2,747 


f 160 

35 
I 18 


150 c.p. s 
200 watt m 
100 watt m 


13.00 
22.00 
13.00 




3,001.30 


1.09 


Merlin 




43 
304 


100 watt m 
100 watt m 


16.00 
9.00 


688.00 
2,736.00 


** 


Merritton 


2,556 


1.07 


Midland 


7,820 


f 372 
\ 30 
1 36 


150 c.p. s 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 


10.00) 
22.00 \ 
40.00J 


5,997.92 


0.77 


Milton 


1,875 
1,025 


209 

/ 94 
I 12 


100 watt m 

100 watt m 
200 watt m 


9.00 

9.001 

12.00/ 


1,924.50 
990.50 


1.03 


Milverton 


0.97 


Mimico 


5,876 


r 214 

\ 163 
I 46 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
300 watt m 


15.00) 

23.00 

30.00J 


8,303.12 


1.41 






Mitchell 


1,574 


220 


100 c.p. j 


9.00 


1,980.00 


1.26 


Moorefield . . 




25 
44 

r 135 

39 
I 16 


100 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 c.p. 5 
250 c.p. 5 
100 watt m 


15.00 

11.00 

12.00) 

14.00 

12.00J 


375.00 
484.00 

2,354.00 


** 


Mount Brydges 




** 


Mount Forest 


1,911 


1.23 


Neustadt 


408 


39 


150 c.p. 5 


25.00 


975.00 


2.39 


Newbury 


288 


46 


100 watt m 


15.00 


690.00 


2.40 


New Hamburg. . . 


1,446 


/ 205 

I 42 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 


9.00) 
9.00/ 


2,223.00 


1.54 


New Toronto .... 


5,327 


f 76 
17 
56 
73 

\ 9 
19 
39 

( 126 


75 watt m 
100 watt m 
75 watt m 
75 watt m 
100 watt m 
200 watt m 
200 watt m 
500 watt m 


16.50) 

19.50 

17.50 

18.00 

18.50 

22.50 

23.00 

34.50, 




9,631.82 


1.81 


**Population i 


lot shown in 


Govern me 


it statistics. 


sSeries syste 


m. 


wMultiple 


system. 



352 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Niagara Falls. . . 



Niagara-on-the- 
Lake 



Nipigon . , 
Norwich . 

Norwood , 



Oil Springs . 
Omemee. . . 



Orangeville 



Ottawa , 



Otterville. 



Owen Sound, 



Paisley. 



Palmerston 



19,013 



1,605 



1,279 



752 



417 
511 

2,679 
120,799 



12,368 



730 



1,650 



2 

792 

54 

161 

196 

10 

4 

202 

22 

37 

111 

28 

78 
6 
1 

41 

46 
10 

59 
94 

59 
384 
734 
757 
505 
2900 

31 

2 

403 

9 

232 

3 

12 

39 

88 

98 



100 watt 
100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt 
400 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

400 c.p. 
150 c.p. 

Arcs. 
100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 



200 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
500 c.p. 



80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
60 watt 
40 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
100 watt 
500 watt 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 



100 watt m 



$ c 
12.00 
12.00 
57.00 
57.00 
57.00 
13.00 
60.00 

11.00 
18.00 

25.00 

10.00 
35.00 

18.00 
20.00 
27.00 

18.00 

14.00\ 
28.00/ 

25.00\ 
19.00/ 

45.001 

7.00 

25.00 

35.00 

6.00 

48c per ft. 

12.00 



14 


001 


11 


00 


11 


50 


14.00 \ 


15 


ooi 


21 


00 


35 


OOJ 



16.00 

9.00 
10.00 
25.00 
9.00 
9.00 
25.00 
25.00 
10.00 
35.00 



$ c. $ 

31,184.71 

2,590.34 

775.00 

2,015.00 

1,551.00 

738.00 
916.43 

3,217.00 

49,669.01 

18,776.26 
372.00 

9,875.00 

1,408.00 

1,214.52 



♦♦Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. wMultiple system 
f Collected as local improvement on frontage basis and not included in average cost. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 






Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Paris. 



Parkhill 

Penetanguishene 



4,063 

959 

3,985 



Perth 


3,712 


Peterborough .... 


21,768 


Petrolia. . .... 


2,516 
3,266 


Picton 


Plattsville 




Point Edward. . . . 


1,371 


Port Arthur 


18,305 


Port Colborne. . . . 


5,203 


Port Credit 


1,381 


Port Dalhousie. . . 


1,580 


Port Dover 


1,572 


Port McNicoll . . . 


879 


Port Perry 


1,150 


Port Rowan 


669 


Port Stanley 


618 


Prescott 


2,724 





448 
13 

25 

77 
15 

188 

66 

14 

4 

16 

f 319 

373 

404 

1 

115 

145 

24 

215 
85 

34 

77 

2312 
151 
158 

{ 26 
228 
124 

130 

93 

127 



172 
19 

46 

99 

53 

174 

164 
105 



100 c.p. 5 

400 c.p.- s 

500 watt m 

100 watt m 

200 watt m 



150 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
200 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
400 c.p. 

150 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 



100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 



100 watt m 

150 c.p. 5 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 
200 watt m 



100 watt m 

300 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

2-Lt. brckts. m 



% c 

9.00 

35.00 

45.00J 

14.00\ 
23.00/ 

10.00 

15.00] 
25.00( 
28. OOf 
40.00J 

9.001 
10.00 
18.00 
34.00 
43.00J 

11.00\ 
38.00/ 

10.00\ 
17.00/ 

16.00 

12.00 

5.001 
10. 00^ 
15.00J 

14.001 
13.00^ 
17.00J 

10.00 
16.00 

14.00 



15.00 
35.00 

11.00 

14.00 

22.00 

11.00 

10.00 
17.00 



$ c. 
5,612.00 

1,423.00 
1,875.00 



2,080.96 0.56 



18,662.06 

2,533.92 

3,581.72 

544.00 
822.00 

15,439.92 

5,521.98 

2,788.00 
1,572.67 

2,799.26 

506.00 
1,402.89 
1,118.35 
1,908.16 

3,425.00 



$ c 
1.38 

1.48 
0.47 



0.86 

1.01 

1.10 

** 

0.60 

0.84 

1.06 

2.02 
0.99 

1.78 

0.58 
1.22 
1.67 

t 
1.26 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. iSeries system. 
fSummer population not in statistics. 
12H.E 



^Multiple system. 



354 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Preston 



Priceville . . 
Princeton . 
Queenston , 
Richmond. 



Richmond Hil 

Ridgetown . . . 

Ripley 

Riverside 

Rockwood 



Rodney 

Russell 

St. Catharines, 

St. George 

St. Jacobs. . . . 

St. Marys 



St. Thomas. 



Sandwich 



5,697 



365 
1,170 

1,986 

449 

4,383 



712 



23,327 



4,023 



16,743 



10,258 



224 

118 

40 

9 

6 

14 

24 

34 

24 

6 
17 
98 

1 

193 
18 

44 

5 

74 

78 

204 

83 

69 
14 

46 

3094 

37 

43 

232 
136 

1065 

28 

114 

214 

286 

90 

10 

28 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 
300 watt 



100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

200 watt 

100 watt 

75 watt 

1,000 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

200 watt 
150 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
100 watt 
400 c.p. 



5 

m 
m 
m 
>. m 


% c. 

10.00] 

10.00 

30.00 

18.00 

30.00, 




$ c. 
4,880.28 


$ 
O.S 


m 


40.00 


560.00 


** 


m 


14.00 


336.00 


** 


m 


16.00 


543.96 


** 


m 


31.50 


756.00 


2.( 


m 
m 

m 


16.001 
12.00^ 
11.00J 


1,379.00 


1.1 


s 
s 

m 


40.001 
11. 00^ 
40.00J 


2,770.00 


i.: 


m 
m 


26.001 
41.00/ 


1,330.25 


2.< 


m 
m 
m 


18.001 
14. 50^ 
11.00J 


4,458.34 


tt 


m 


9.00 


760.84 


** 


m 
m 


10.001 
18.00/ 


942.00 


1.. 


m 


22.00 


1,012.00 


** 


m 


7.50 


23,540.35 


1.1 


m 


8.00 


296.00 


** 


m 


10.00 


430.00 


** 


s 

s 


8.001 
12.00/ 


3,448.00 


0. 


s 
s 
s 


9.001 
13.00 
34.00J 


13,827.21 


0. 


s 
s 
s 

m 
s 


12. 00^ 
13.00 
26.00 
13.00 
28. 00, 




9,195.76 


tt 



♦♦Population not shown in Government statistics. .sSeries system. 
ftPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



mMultiple system. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 






Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Sarnia 



Scarboro Twp. 



Seaf orth . . 
Shelburne . 



Simcoe . 



Smiths Falls, 



Springfield 



Stamford Twp 
Stayner 



Stouffville. 



Stratford 



Strathroy. . 
Sunderland, 
Sutton .... 

Tara 

Tavistock . 

Tecumseh . 



16,544 



1,670 
1,120 

4,581 

7,105 
397 



967 
1,071 

18,208 
2,702 



825 
453 
965 

2,164 



875 
82 
17 

252 
613 

2 
2 
4 

60 
58 
20 

95 

f 274 
27 
11 
2 

18 
178 
163 



50 

658 

76 
18 

102 



150 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 

500 c.p. 

300 watt 
100 watt 
Subway 
100 watt 
100 watt 

80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
150 watt 
500 watt 



60 watt m 

100 watt m 

300 watt m 
Beacon light 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 

150 c.p. s 

200 watt m 

100 watt m 



150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 



100 watt m 



100 watt 
200 watt 



100 watt m 

100 watt m 
200 watt m 



400 c.p. 
100 watt 



$ c. 
12.00 
43.00 
34.00 

27.50 
15.00 
19.00 
18.00 
17.00, 

9.001 
10. 00^ 
20.00J 

11.00 

9.00 
40.00 

9. OOf 
53.00J 

8.50) 
17.00 
21. OOf 
200. 00J 

12.00 

10.00 

12.00\ 
16.00/ 

14.00 

10.50) 
25.00 
30.00 
35. 00 J 

9.00] 
15.00/ 

18.00 

15.00) 
19.00/ 

25.00 

10.00) 
12.00/ 

21.00 
12.00 



$ c 
13,959.76 



15,732.29 

1,520.00 
1,052.88 

3,890.74 

6,713.36 

600.00 
6,154.97 



1,200 


00 


1,443 


17 


15,944 


79 


3,422 


25 


567.00 


2,033 


00 


1,675 


00 


1,181 


28 


1,087.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. ^Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



raMultiple system. 



356 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 
per 

capita 



Teeswater. . 
Thamesford . 

Thamesville 

Thedford . . . 
Thorndale. . 
Thornton . . . 



Thorold 
Tilbury. . . . 
Tillsonburg. 



Toronto. 



Toronto Twp . . . 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge .- 

Victoria Harbor. 



813 



845 
569 



4,935 



1,992 



3,257 



569,899 



535 
1,417 
1,382 



20 
36 

46 

61 

27 
7 

69 

31 

21 

357 
40 
28 

/ 96 
I 25 

( 255 

48 

2 

6 

6 

45094 

107 

1984 

88 

1358 

99 

5 

371 

24 

395 

68 

24 



378 

1 

49 

129 

76 



400 c.p. 
150 c.p. 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 



60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 

250 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 



50 
60 
100 
150 
200 
250 
300 
500 

1,000 

5-Lt. 
100 

1-Lt. 
500 

1-Lt. 
300 

1-Lt. 
500 

1-Lt. 
500 



watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

watt 

stds., 

watt 

stds., 

watt 

stds., 

watt 

stds., 

watt 

stds., 

watt 



100 watt m 
100 watt m 



100 watt m 

300 watt m 

150 c.p. j 

100 watt m 

100 watt m 



45.00\ 
28.00/ 

11.00 

9.001 
14.00^ 
18.00J 

15.00 

12.00 

40.00 

8.00) 

9.00^ 

12.00J 

11.00\ 
19.50/ 

8.00) 
13.00[ 
45.00J 

6.56 

4.80 

8.00- 9.20 

12.00-15.00 

18.00-23.00 

20.00-24.50 

28.00 

45.00 

90.00 

47.50 

52.50 

50.00 

47.50 

52.50, 

12.001 

43.20/ 

25.00 

12.00 

9.00 



$ c 

1,908.00 

506.00 

1,059.00 

1,035.00 
372.06 
840.00 

3,552.00 
1,542.19 
2,741.96 



489,833.63 



4,501.72 

1,225.08 

1,548.00 

684.00 



'Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. mMultiple system. 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Walkerville 


10,208 




{ 159 

56 

258 

550 

102 


300 watt 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 


m 
s 

m 
m 
m 


$ c 
18.00 
45.00 
8.00 
11.00 
13.00, 


• 


$ c 
14,216.18 


$ c. 
tt 


Wallaceburg 


4,234 


1 


f 185 
30 

1 3 


150 c.p. 

600 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 


12.001 
25.00 \ 
38.00J 


2,967.00 


0.70 


Wardsville 


224 




34 


75 watt 


m 


20.00 


680.00 


3.04 


Warkworth . 




\ 


r 24 

i 6 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


20.001 
35.00/ 


692.14 


** 








Waterdown 


871 


\ 


' 75 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.00\ 
17.50/ 


930.00 


1.07 


Waterf ord 


1,070 




174 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


1,614.60 


1.51 


Waterloo 


7,459 


. 


' 331 

125 

44 

10 

12 

66 

6 

3 


100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
5-Lt. stds. 
3-Lt. stds. 
200 watt 
150 watt 
1-Lt. stds. 
1-Lt. stds. 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


8.00] 
10.00 
36.00 
25.00 
12.00 
10.00 
35.00 
30.00 




6,769.17 


0.91 


Watford 


1,030 


\ 


89 
11 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.501 

20.00/ 


1,236.18 


1.20 


Waubaushene. . 




■ 

1 


41 

' 177 

12 

407 

62 

6 


100 watt 

600 c.p. 
300 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 


m 

s 

m 
m 
m 
m 


9.00 


369.00 
10,821.78 


** 


Welland 


10,085 


30. 00^ 
30.00 
11.00 
18.00 
28.00 ; 


• 


1.07 


Wellesley 






60 


100 watt 


w 


12.00 


720.00 


** 


Wellington 


832 




68 


100 c.p. 


s 


13.00 


883 . 98 


1.06 


West Lome 


795 


{ 


87 
12 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.00\ 
18.00/ 


1,010.04 


1.27 


Weston 


4,190 




109 

428 
5 
2 
2 
20 
2 


600 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
5-Lt. stds. 
100 watt 
25 watt 
300 watt 
Signs 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 


30. 00^ 
7.50 

21.00 
7.50 
2.50 

11.00 
110.00J 




7,447.17 


1.78 







**Population not shown in Government statistics. .sSeries system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



mMultiple system. 



358 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT "C"— Concluded 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1929, showing 
Cost per Lamp, Cost per Year, and Cost per Capita 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Cost per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost 
per annum 



Cost 

per 

capita 



Wheat ley. 
Whitby. . 



Williamsburg . 
Winchester . . 



Windsor. 



Wingham. . 
Woodbridge 

Woodstock . 



Woodville 
Wyoming . 



York East Twp 



York North Twp 



Zurich 



738 



5,195 



992 
66,893 

2,266 
717 

10,195 

407 
490 



70 
39 

121 
136 
112 

18 

117 

2140 

721 

887 

650 

66 

22 
99 
27 

81 

f 539 

14 

172 

107 

9 

30 
6 

50 

f 854 

1 

159 

8 

5 

14 

81 
19 
65 
12 
34 

63 



100 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


80 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 


m 


500 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


100 c.p. 


s 


400 c.p. 


s 


600 c.p. 


s 


1,000 c.p. 


s 


400 c.p. 


s 


150 c.p. 


s 


200 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


250 c.p. 


s 


60 watt 


m 


75 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


500 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


150 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 



% c. 

13.00] 

26.00/ 

10.00 
9.00 
7.50 

11.50J 

13.00 

9.00 

11.00] 
12.00 
24.00 
43.00 
46.00 

33.00] 
20.00^ 
33. 00J 

10.00 

8.00 

20.00 

8.00 

8.00 

32.00 

12.00\ 
20.00/ 

15.00 

15.00] 
29.00 
28.00 
32.00 
22.00 
21.00 

12.00 
13.00 
23.00 
15.00 
32.00, 

11.00 



% c 


1,924.00 


3,301.12 


234.00 


1,053.00 


79,969.06 


3,534.00 


810.00 


6,939.38 


486.00 


750.00 


16,648.36 


4,504.27 


682.88 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. sSeries system. 
ffPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



mMultiple system. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 359 



STATEMENT "D" 

(pages 360 to 377) 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 

by Individual Ontario Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1929. 



STATEMENT "E" 

(pages 378 to 393) 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power 

Service in Ontario Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1929. 



360 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 

STATEMENT "D" 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to 

Consumers in Ontario Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

The following tabulation of various statistical data relating to the supply 
of electrical energy to consumers by individual municipalities receiving power at 
cost from the Commission sets forth, regarding the results of operation from the 
standpoint of the consumers, much useful and interesting information. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread and beneficial a distribution of electrical energy as possible, and to 
extend to every community that can economically be reached by transmission 
lines, the benefit of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by reason 
of the distance from a source of supply or of the smallness of the quantity of 
power required by the municipality, the cost per horsepower to the municipality 
— and, consequently, the cost of service to the consumer — must unavoidably be 
higher than in more favourably situated communities, service has not been 
withheld when the consumers were able and willing to pay the cost. 

The accompanying diagram summarizes graphically certain data of State- 
ment "D," respecting the average cost to the consumer per kilowatt-hour in the 
cases of domestic service and commercial light service and per horsepower in the 
case of power service. It will be observed that the total amount of the energy 
sold in municipalities where circumstances necessitate rates which result in the 
higher average costs to the consumer is relatively insignificant. With respect to 
power service, it should be noted that the statistics of Statement "D," and of 
the diagram, cover mainly retail power service supplied to the smaller industrial 
consumers. The average amount of power taken by the industrial consumers 
served by the municipalities is about 40 horsepower. The Commission serves 
certain large power consumers direct on behalf of the various systems of 
municipalities. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues reported in Statement "D," and 
used for purposes of calculating the net cost to the consumer per kilowatt-hour 
or per horsepower, are the total revenues contributed by the consumers, and 
include, in addition to the cost of power, sums specifically applicable to the retire- 
ment of capital, and also operating surplus which is in part applied to retirement 
of capital or extension of plant and is in part returned in cash to the consumers. 

It should specially be noted that the average cost per kilowatt-hour or per 
horsepower if employed indiscriminately as a criterion by means of which to 
compare the rates or prices for electrical service in various municipalities, will 
give very misleading results. The average costs per kilowatt-hour and per 
horsepower, as given in Statement "D" for the respective classes of service in 
each municipality, are simply the statistical results obtained by dividing the 
respective revenues by the aggregate kilowatt-hours or horsepower sold. As 
such, the data reflect the combined influence of a number of factors, of which 
the rates or prices to consumers are but one factor. Owing to the varying 
influence of factors other than the rates, it is seldom found that in any two 
municipalities the average cost per kilowatt-hour or per horsepower to the 
consumers, even of the same classification, is in proportion to the respective rates 
for service. Instances even occur where the average costs to the consumers 
per kilowatt-hour or per horsepower are substantially lower in one municipality 
than in another, though the rates are higher. 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY THE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



DOMESTIC SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT- HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT- HOUR : 



2.0 to 3.9 

CENTS 




4.0 to 6.9 

CENTS 



0.7 

PER CENT 



7 CENTS 
OR MORE 



0.1 

PER CENT 



o 



COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR: 



2.5 to 4.9 

CENTS 



9.1 

PER CENT, 




5.0 to 7.9 

CENTS 



0.4 

PER CENT 



8 CENTS 
OR MORE 



0.1 

PER CENT 



POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY THE AGGREGATE HORSEPOWER 
SOLD FOR POWER SERVICE IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR: 



$20 OR LESS 





$30 TO $40 $40 OR MORE 

7.2 0.1 

PER CENT PER CENT 



O 



362 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



With respect to domestic service, for example, instances will be observed 
where two municipalities have identical prices or rates for domestic service, but 
the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer varies by as much as 100 per 
cent. Such variations are principally due to differences in the extent of utilization 
of the service for the operation of electric ranges, water heaters and other appli- 
ances, an indication of which is afforded by the statistics of average monthly 
consumption. 

Similarly, in the case of power service, the average cost per horsepower can- 
not be taken as a conclusive indication of the rates for service. The quantity of 
power taken by a consumer, as measured in horsepow er, is, in the case of hydro- 
electric power supplied to industries at cost, the most important factor affecting 
costs and revenues, but it is not the only one. The number of hours the power is 
used in the month or year, — which, in conjunction with the power, determines 
the quantity of energy consumed, as measured in kilowatt-hours — also affects 
the costs and revenues. Consequently, in two municipalities charging the same 
rates for power service, the average cost per horsepower to the consumer will 
vary in accordance with the consumers' average number of hours' use of the 
power per month. *f 

*In interpreting the statistics for power service, it should be remembered that a greater 
average energy consumption per horsepower sold increases the "average cost per horsepower" to 
the consumer, and in this respect the "average cost per horsepower" is analogous to the "average 
monthly bill" in the case of domestic and commercial services rather than to the "net cost per 
kilowatt-hour." It will be observed that, in the case of domestic service, in two municipalities 
with the same rates, or in one municipality in different years when no change of rates has been 
made, a higher average monthly bill denotes an increased average monthly consumption per 
consumer and a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer. In the same way, in the 
case of power service, in two municipalities with the same rates, or in one municipality in different 
years with no change in rates, a higher average cost per horsepower denotes a more continuous 
use of the power and a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer. 

fin view of the fact that the data of Statement "D" have been misinterpreted in the making 
of certain comparisons as to the cost of electricity in various territories, it is desirable to add a 
word of caution respecting their significance. Essentially, the average cost or revenue per kilo- 
watt-hour is no criterion of rates even with similar forms of rate schedules and for the same class 
of service. Much less is it an indication of rates when revenues and consumptions of all classes 
of service, and of all kinds of rate schedules, are indiscriminately lumped together in order to 
deduce a so-called "average cost or rate per kilowatt-hour" for all services. 

In one community rates for each class of service, and the cost to every consumer in each class for 
any given service and consumption, may be substantially higher than in another community, and yet 
there may be in the former community, a lower "average revenue per kilowatt-hour." This will readily 
be perceived from a simple arithmetical example. 

Example. — Assume sales of electrical energy by two electric utilities, A and B, in each case 
10,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 



Class 
of 


Case A 

Higher rates and lower revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


Case B 

Lower rates and higher revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


service 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Residence 

Power 


kw-hr. 
1,000,000 
9,000,000 


cents 
4 
1 


$ 
40,000 
90,000 


kw-hr. 
3,000,000 
7,000,000 


cents 

3 
0.75 


90,000 
52,500 


Total 


10,000,000 




130,000 


10,000,000 




142,500 


Average revenue 


1 . 3 cents per kw-hr. 


1 .425 cents per kw-hr. 



It will be observed that in Case A the rates both for residence and for power service are 33 per 
cent higher than in Case B f but the average revenue per kilowatt-hour is nearly 9 per cent less. 

In this instance, the key to the situation lies in the relative quantities of energy sold to each 
class. Service to large power consumers entails a smaller capital investment in distribution lines 
and equipment and lower operating costs per kilowatt-hour delivered, than does service to domestic 
and to commercial light consumers, and even where the rates for all classes of service are low, 
produces a smaller average revenue per kilowatt-hour. Consequently, if one electrical utility as 
compared with another sells a larger proportion of its energy for power purposes, its "average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour" may easily be lower than that of the other utility even though its 
rates for every class of service are substantially higher. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 363 

Although the derived statistics of Statement "D" are valueless as a means 
of comparing the rates in one municipality with those in another, they nevertheless 
fulfil an important function in affording a general measure of the economy of 
service to "Hydro" consumers that has resulted primarily from the low rates 
themselves, and secondarily from the extensive use of the service that has been 
made economically possible by the low rates. 

Actual bills rendered to typical consumers for similar service under closely 
comparable circumstances constitute the best basis for effecting comparisons. 
In researches respecting rates to consumers the actual rate schedules of Statement 
"E" should be employed, and not statistics of average revenues per kilowatt-hour, 
as these are valueless for rate comparisons — and particularly so when all classi- 
fications of service are combined. 

In any consideration of the relative economies of electrical service in the 
various municipalities — whether based on the actual rates for service as set forth 
in Statement "E," or on the derived statistics resulting from the rates and other 
factors as presented in Statement "D" — full account should be taken respectively, 
of the influence upon costs of such factors as the size of the municipality, the 
distance from the source of power, the features of the power developments from 
which service is received, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for 
electricity, and the sizes and character of the loads supplied under the various 
classifications by the local electrical utility to the ultimate consumers. 

In Statement "D" account has been taken of the sizes of municipalities by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 population; 
(ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (iii) small towns (under 2,000 popula- 
tion), villages, and suburban areas in townships (which are comparable in respect 
of conditions of supply to the smaller towns and villages). The populations and 
the approximate transmission distances are also given. 

A feature of the electrical service in Ontario municipalities is the strikingly 
large average annual consumption per domestic consumer. There are in all 
about 160 Ontario municipalities where the average annual consumption per 
domestic consumer is in excess of 600 kilowatt-hours. Of the 72 cities and towns 
with populations of 2,000 or more — in which over 85 per cent of the domestic 
consumers of the undertaking are served — no less than 43 have an average annual 
consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 1,000 kilowatt-hours; of these, 
23 have an average annual consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 
1,500 kilowatt-hours, and 8 have an average annual consumption per domestic 
consumer in excess of 2,000 kilowatt-hours. 

The high average consumption for domestic service results essentially from 
the policy of the undertaking in providing electrical service "at cost"; the rate 
schedules scientifically designed according to this principle automatically encour- 
age liberal use of the service. Under the standard rate schedules employed by 
Ontario municipalities, follow-up rates of 1 cent and 1.25 cents (less 10 per cent.) 
are in common use, and even where the higher initial rates per kilowatt-hour 
obtain, it is only necessary for the domestic consumer to reach a monthly charge 
of less than $2.50 when he obtains the benefit of a follow-up rate of 1.8 cents net. 
This places the cost of electric cooking within the reach of nearly every domestic 
consumer. 



364 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



Municipality 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group I— CITIES 



Domestic service 







Distance 


System 


Popula- 


from 




tion 


generating 
station 



Revenue 







c 






Number 


•2 






of 


>»g 


>> 


Consumption 


con- 


P" 






sumers 


2 c « 


£n_ 






<" ° £ 


li o— . 






£ 6S 


£ ES 



— 0) •* 



Brantford. . . . 
Chatham. . . . 
East Windsor. 
Fort William. 
Gait 



Guelph. . . 
Hamilton . 
Kingston . 
Kitchener. 
London. . . 



Niagara Falls. . . . 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 
Peterborough. . . . 
Port Arthur 

St. Catharines. . . 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

Stratford 

Toronto 

Toronto D.C. and 

60 cycle* 

Welland 

Windsor 

Woodstock 







miles 


Xia. 


28,903 


79 


Xia. 


15,509 


193 


Xia. 


13,531 


239 


T.B. 


23,544 


87 


Nia. 


12,977 


92 


Nia. 


19,202 


75 


Nia. 


127,447 


53 


C. 0. 


21,365 


50 


Nia. 


26,709 


95 


Nia. 


66,132 


123 


Xia. 


19,013 


1 


Ott. 


120,799 


1 


G. B. 


12,368 


32 


C. 0. 


21,768 


2 


T. B. 


18,305 


73 


Xia. 


23,327 


18 


Nia. 


16,743 


134 


Nia. 


16,544 


205 


Nia. 


18,208 


119 


Nia. 


569,899 


78 


Xia. 


10,085 


14 


Nia. 


66,893 


238 


Nia. 


10,195 


94 



$ 


c. 


162,503 


.25 


74,180 


.36 


87,326 


.56 


192.889 


.88 


102,148 


.22 


97,870 


92 


741,403 


52 


99,006 


16 


172,394 


02 


425,923 


68 


147,578 


72 


299,943 


05 


51,778 


54 


104,348 


25 


102,013 


64 


133,617 


92 


94,270 


32 


95,489. 


61 


136,477. 


08 


3,079,096. 


39 


79,031. 


40 


50,099. 


46 


550,781. 


13 


76,430. 


20 



kw-hr. 

9,999,374 
4,326,685 
5,056,601 
24,754,771 
5,430,994 

5.603,125 

48,877,243 

3,896,063 

10,336,107 

29,363,153 

12,406,779 

35,624,382 
2,850,398 
5,104,587 
7,713,233 

10,624,397 

6,031,804 

4,653,562 

8,333,212 

199,729,673 

2,469,657 

2,826,930 

34,494,688 

4,672,466 



6,08 

3,789 

2,859 

5,518 

3,402 

4,881 

31,135 

5,240 

6,434 

16,548 

4,398 
11,734 
2,950 
5,150 
4,006 

5,742 
4,101 
4,435 
4,234 
143,394 

1,507 

2,215 

15,178 

2,740 



kw-hr 

137 
96 
146 
377 
133 

96 
135 

62 
137 
148 

238 

255 

81 

83 

180 

156 
123 
88 
164 
116 

136 
108 
192 

144 



$ c 

2.22 
1.65 
2.53 
2.94 
2.50 

1.68 
2.05 
1.59 
2.29 
2.15 

2.84 
2.14 
1.48 
1.69 

2.37 

1.97 
1.93 
1.82 
2.69 
1.79 

4.37 
1.91 
3.06 
2.43 



cts. 

1.6 
1.7 
1.7 
0.8 
1.9 



1.1 
0.8 
1.8 
2.0 
1.3 

1.2 
1.5 
2.0 
1.6 
1.5 

3.2 
1.8 
1.6 
1.6 



*This, — with the exception of a relatively small D.C. power load, — is a special service not 
created by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission but acquired through the purchase of a privately 
owned company. The service has been continued at the request of the customers who preferred 
to retain the electrical apparatus installed for this special service, and has been continued at the 
rates prevailing before the service was acquired by the Commission. 

Group II— TOWNS 



Alexandria . . . 
Amherstburg. 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Brampton 

Brockville 

Carleton Place 
Collingwood . . 

Dundas 

Dunnville. : . . . 







miles 


St. L. 


2,284 


30 


Xia. 


3,017 


257 


Nia. 


2,050 


145 


G. B. 


7,365 


48 


Nia. 


5,100 


78 


St. L. 


9,322 


62 


Rid. 


5,293 


47 


G. B. 


5,652 


24 


Nia. 


5,009 


52 


Nia. 


3,386 


37 



$ 


c. 


74,999 


.97 


18,394 


04 


10,266 


56 


37,971 


73 


32,482 


59 


33,660 


73 


18,394 


53 


25,081 


85 


19,419 


62 


10,525 


26 



kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


130,105 


297 


41 


2.45 


781,651 


625 


106 


2.50 


461,210 


587 


65 


1.45 


2,388,150 


1,770 


115 


1.83 


2,125,406 


1,307 


136 


2.07 


1,448,538 


2,406 


51 


1.19 


451,145 


901 


42 


1.72 


1,150,541 


1,365 


71 


1.55 


1,027,903 


1,132 


74 


1.48 


367,023 


566 


56 


1.60 



cts. 

5.8 
2.3 
2.2 
1.6 
1.5 

2.3 
4.1 
2.2 
1.9 
2.9 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



365 



"D" 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

Population, 10,000 or more 



Commercial light service 



Revenue 







c 






Number 






Consump- 


of 


2c| 


>. 


tion 


con- 
sumers 


&J3 

2c„ 






QJ O g 


<u o~ 






< Ey 


< B * 



X* 



Power service 



Revenue 



Number 
of 


Average 


con- 


horse- 


sumers 


power 



Average 
cost per 
horse- 
power 



Total 

number 

of 

con- 
sumers 



38,871.71 
67,207.89 
26,184.98 
67,548.50 
44,443.01 

48,541.07 
165,914.66 

74,933.59 
100,912.33 
197,150.76 

64,172.95 
145,011.53 
33,203.32 
65,659.13 
64,345.67 

33,941.62 
43,961.70 
44,027.54 
45,165.91 
2,524,273.71 

317,389.21 
31,796.89 

283,027.45 
42,187.71 



kw-hr. 

3,825,350 
3,091,737 
1,166,390 
3,184,251 
2,033,523 

2,556,356 

14,114,144 

3,501,015 

5,690,128 

12,034,038 

5,458,373 
9,108,724 
1,970,911 
3,476,925 
3,560,574 

2,563,569 
2,513,401 
2,249,081 
2,060,368 

112,777,416 
8,115,450 

1,754,515 

15,528,640 

2,485,703 





kw-hr. 


690 


460 


698 


368 


315 


322 


912 


288 


512 


331 



4.68 
8.01 
7.24 
6.12 
7.23 



702 


309 


3,295 


367 


814 


348 


893 


539 


2,513 


410 


728 


645 


1,459 


521 


523 


310 


745 


389 


744 


397 


581 


378 


635 


329 


604 


315 


595 


289 


24,020 


391 


1,857 


364 


416 


354 


2,416 


557 


427 


473 



7.58 
8.29 
5.23 
7.34 
7.19 

5.01 

5.75 
6.18 
6.33 
8.76 

14.24 
6.42 

10.15 
8.00 



cts. 

1.0 
2 

2.2 

2 

2.2 

1.8 
1.1 
2.1 
1.7 
1.6 

1.2 
1.6 
1.7 
1.9 

1.8 



149,256 
81,732. 
73,723. 
72,555. 
90.626. 



124,301.99 
993,433.28 
74,042.96 
255,881.68 
421,747.87 

75,099.76 

94,674.94 

33,066.24 

104,299.56 

930,841.28 

81,436.63 

60,349.81 

158,417.74 

58,882.12 

3,068,364.66 

639,618.64 
72,527.67 

236,191.75 
55,731.49 



105 


7,134 


137 


3,837 


42 


2,749 


99 


3,815 


117 


4,556 


131 


6,664 


829 


49,946 


135 


3,894 


239 


12,949 


529 


20,144 


94 


4,135 


211 


6,304 


121 


2,039 


155 


5,233 


106 


45,963 


133 


5,449 


106 


3,347 


82 


5,071 


141 


2,626 


3,918 


120,090 


1,198 


19,190 


87 


3,491 


389 


9,855 


94 


3,321 



20.92 
21.30 
26.81 
19.01 
19.89 

18.65 
19.89 
19.01 
19.76 
20.93 

18.16 
15.01 
15.22 
19.93 
20.25 

14.94 
18.03 
31.24 
22.42 

25.55 

33.33 
20.77 
23.90 
16.78 



6,876 
4,624 
3,216 
6,529 
4,031 

5,714 

35,259 

6,189 

7,566 

19,590 

5,220 
13,404 
3,594 
6,050 
4,856 

6,456 
4,842 
5,121 
4,970 
171,332 

4,562 

2,718 

17,983 

3,261 



Note. — The figures for power service for Toronto do not include street railway power, 
exhibition power and bulk supply to certain other municipalities for street lighting purposes. 

Note. — The above group of 23 cities utilizes about 80 per cent of the power distributed 
by the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 



Population, 2,000 or more 



4,979.16 

7,748.55 

8,041.72 

20,704.02 

14,120.22 

21,919.98 
9,373.18 
11,759.06 
11,380.05 
11,416.23 



96,194 


105 


76 


3.95 


5.2 


284,829 


145 


161 


4.36 


2.7 


376,076 


127 


249 


5.32 


2.1 


950,067 


330 


240 


5.23 


2.2 


837,415 


227 


310 


5.23 


1.7 


1,148,482 


421 


233 


4.44 


1.9 


226,915 


190 


102 


4.18 


4.6 


478,481 


259 


154 


3.78 


2.5 


592,827 


176 


282 


5.42 


1.9 


439,051 


184 


199 


5.17 


2.6 



8,236.24 


14 


209 


39.47 


5,722.04 


18 


222 


25.77 


6,063.87 


14 


296 


20.49 


13,341.74 


37 


711 


18.76 


15,394.55 


54 


869 


17.71 


42,427.35 


72 


1,886 


22.49 


23,953.89 


17 


773 


31.00 


29,311.51 


61 


1,363 


21.51 


23,711.37 


44 


1,376 


17.23 


13,327.36 


29 


583 


22.85 



416 

788 

728 

2,137 

1,588 

2,899 
1,108 
1,685 
1,352 
779 



366 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group II— TOWNS 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



c 

68 



< 



Elmira 

Goderich 

Hanover 

Hespeler 

Huntsville. . . 

Ingersoll 

Kincardine. . . 
Kingsville. . . . 
Leamington . . 
Lindsay 

Listowel 

Meaford 

Merritton. . . . 

Midland 

Mimico 

New Toronto. 
Orangeville. . . 

Paris 

Penetang. . . . 
Perth 

Petrolia 

Picton 

Port Colborne 

Prescott 

Preston 

Riverside .... 
St. Marys. . . . 
Sandwich .... 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls. . 

Strathroy. . . . 

Thorold 

Tillsonburg. . 
Walkerville. . 
Wallaceburg. . 

Waterloo. . . . 
Weston. 

Whitby 

Wingham. . . . 



Nia. 


2,692 


Nia. 


4,264 


G. B. 


2,785 


Nia. 


2,748 


G. B. 


2,670 


Nia. 


5,150 


G. B. 


2,131 


Nia. 


2,427 


Nia. 


5,072 


CO. 


7,231 


Nia. 


2,346 


G. B. 


2,747 


Nia. 


2,556 


G. B. 


7,820 


Nia. 


5,876 


Nia. 


5,327 


G. B. 


2,679 


Nia. 


4,063 


G. B. 


3,985 


Rid. 


2,712 


Nia. 


2,516 


CO. 


3,266 


Nia. 


5,203 


St. L. 


2,724 


Nia. 


5,697 


Nia. 


4,383 


Nia. 


4,023 


Nia. 


10,258 


Nia. 


4,581 


Rid. 


7,105 


Nia. 


2,702 


Nia. 


4,935 


Nia. 


3,257 


Nia. 


10,208 


Nia. 


4,234 


Nia. 


7,459 


Nia. 


4,190 


CO. 


5,195 


G. B. 


2,266 
/ 



miles 

107 
167 

35 

90 

26 

104 

69 
255 
263 

19 

154 
23 
16 

25 
75 

76 
47 
76 
29 
21 

231 
33 
21 
48 
86 

243 
133 
245 
103 
38 

150 
9 
116 
239 
211 

96 
80 
80 
70 



16,571.96 
24,865.42 
16,185.05 
16,199.24 
11,032.22 

32,408.62 
13,364.67 
13,057,45 
21,008.03 
40,905.87 

15,857.04 
10,846.86 
11,932.44 
32,987.28 
49,904.63 

27,856.02 
10,795.50 
24,219.15 
•8,858.60 
20,952.57 

11,140.38 
18,142.51 
29,627.95 
12,770.09 
45,994.01 

46,589.62 
25,049.83 
102,614.64 
13,434.70 
41,055.96 

17,477.04 
19,242.41 
12,126.96 
109,691.92 
16,760.11 

52,180.98 
31,491.12 
17,606.51 

12,758.55 



kw-hr. 

855,803 
1,050,475 
616,060 
774,438 
310,798 

1,949,404 
316,802 
345,081 
723,767 

1,069,191 

738,714 

335,648 

692,989 

1,909,145 

2,954,427 

1,611,805 
397,800 

1,398,203 
462,314 
681,893 

568,705 
1,032,758 
1,433,422 

778,513 
2,392,998 

2,088,938 
1,174,672 
6,262,462 
703,239 
1,193,469 

838,528 
996,965 
662,128 
7,385,643 
711,793 

3,282,697 

2,227,453 

888,199 

312,317 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


513 


142 


2.74 


1,121 


79 


1.87 


668 


78 


2.05 


674 


96 


2.01 


518 


52 


1.80 


1,309 


124 


2.06 


536 


50 


2.12 


691 


42 


1.59 


1,213 


50 


1.45 


1,802 


50 


1.90 


687 


95 


1.96 


611 


47 


1.51 


605 


95 


1.64 


1,560 


102 


1.77 


1,565 


160 


2.69 


1,276 


112 


1.93 


619 


55 


1.48 


1,354 


92 


1.66 


537 


71 


1.37 


816 


72 


2.15 


673 


72 


1.54 


926 


93 


1.63 


1,190 


102 


2.11 


613 


107 


1.76 


1,506 


134 


2.57 


1,111 


162 


3.62 


985 


99 


2.12 


2,790 


193 


3.12 


848 


72 


1.37 


1,600 


63 


2.15 


780 


91 


1.89 


1,202 


70 


1.34 


826 


68 


1.23 


2,649 


239 


3.58 


977 


62 


1.47 


1,694 


163 


2.59 


1,119 


169 


2.39 


784 


95 


1.87 


535 


50 


2.05 



Note. — The above group of 49 towns utilizes about 12 per cent of the power distributed 
by the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



367 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 



of Population, 2,000 or more 



Commercial light service 


Power service 










c 
.2 














Total 
number 






Number 


JJO. 


>, 


u 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


<u^ S 


1)2 


. 




of 


Average 


cost pei 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


Mfi 3 


S?c 


§■? 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2 ° ° 
< 


2o= 


2* 




sumers 


power 


power 




$ c 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cts. 


$ c 






$ c. 




7,885.82 


320,088 


125 


221 


5.43 


2.5 


16,313.61 


20 


567 


28.77 


658 


11,357.19 


382,686 


209 


155 


4.59 


3.0 


20,710.89 


18 


1,054 


19.65 


1,348 


6,160.48 


-227,767 


116 


165 


4,46 


2,7 


19,341.18 


17 


657 


29.44 


801 


5,932.32 


278,333 


104 


228 


4.75 


2.1 


15,882.23 


20 


884 


17.97 


798 


6,626.05 


200,289 


96 


168 


5.31 


3.3 


15,317.97 


12 


935 


16.38 


626 


15,769.04 


859,552 


250 


285 


5.23 


1.8 


28,009 . 00 


45 


1,399 


20.02 


1,604 


7,537.29 


155,243 


121 


111 


5.37 


4.9 


9,108.59 


21 


351 


25.95 


678 


6,244.72 


182,960 


156 


100 


3.42 


3.4 


3,649.10 


14 


159 


22.95 


861 


13,818.52 


470,299 


222 


171 


5.02 


2.9 


14,730.93 


26 


523 


28.17 


1,461 


26,086.87 


694,350 


336 


174 


6.53 


3.8 


36,013.87 


71 


1,542 


23.36 


2,209 


7,917.03 


305,744 


155 


164 


4.26 


2.6 


12,054.54 


25 


510 


23.64 


867 


5,861.34 


185,296 


135 


114 


3.62 


3.2 


5,668.66 


16 


246 


23.04 


762 


1,816.93 


81,659 


55 


124 


2.75 


2.2 


39,952.64 


5 


1,706 


23.42 


665 


12,513.31 


786,206 


236 


280 


4.82 


1.6 


89,764.19 


62 


6,257 


14.35 


1,858 


8,438.04 


394,313 


131 


263 


5.63 


2.1 


10,561.00 


14 


453 


23.31 


1,710 


8,997.28 


528,654 


136 


347 


5.90 


1.7 


124,022.80 


27 


4,916 


25.23 


1,439 


8,119.54 


326,418 


157 


182 


4.51 


2.5 


7,919.07 


29 


365 


21.70 


805 


7,465.29 


370,111 


175 


167 


3.36 


2.0 


13,204.16 


23 


784 


16.88 


1,552 


3,316.44 


171,610 


98 


144 


2.79 


1.9 


11,688.41 


26 


482 


24.24 


661 


12,955.75 


380,977 


179 


175 


5.96 


3.4 


16,574.49 


24 


572 


28.99 


1,019 


6,807.34 


257,783 


187 


116 


3.12 


2.6 


24,911.83 


65 


808 


30.84 


925 


9,260.24 


400,120 


182 


179 


4.65 


2.3 


10,443.38 


47 


412 


25.37 


1,155 


11,909.14 


605,366 


193 


261 


5.14 


2.0 


14,208.25 


21 


457 


31.09 


1,404 


7,752.19 


440,888 


166 


227 


3.98 


1.8 


5,340.28 


19 


318 


16.77 


798 


21,303.50 


1,002,774 


232 


365 


7.75 


2.1 


46,041.05 


50 


2,369 


19.44 


1,788 


5,631.92 


229,611 


55 


336 


8.25 


2.4 


10,400.39 


9 


314 


33.12 


1,175 


8,765.53 


364,254 


194 


157 


3.78 


2.4 


18,907.69 


40 


758 


24.94 


1,219 


19,369.50 


1,011,611 


208 


409 


7.83 


1.9 


21,480.71 


29 


821 


26.17 


3,027 


17,925.78 


1,012,575 


267 


327 


5.78 


1.8 


12,553.47 


35 


539 


23.29 


1,150 


16,454.79 


528,775 


258 


173 


5.39 


3.1 


28,113.46 


43 


910 


30.90 


1,901 


9,867.13 


424,395 


179 


202 


4.70 


2.3 


10,471.00 


26 


554 


18.90 


985 


6,450.82 


384,642 


206 


167 


2.81 


1.7 


14,112.08 


13 


860 


16.41 


1,421 


11,509.34 


548,880 


203 


222 


4.65 


2.1 


11,907.73 


29 


497 


23.98 


1,058 


37,421.05 


1,853,464 


347 


450 


9.09 


2.0 


185,472.06 


99 


7,271 


25.50 


3,095 


9,857.78 


387,231 


227 


150 


3.84 


2.5 


95,022.55 


28 


3,817 


24.89 


1,232 


23,045.99 


1,108,896 


225 


421 


8.76 


2.1 


31,988.21 


70 


1,731 


18.47 


1,989 


8,847.93 


426,865 


174 


222 


4.60 


2.1 


51,489.39 


28 


2,232 


23.07 


1,321 


9,428.47 


375,419 


146 


215 


5.41 


2.5 


17,450.24 


15 


698 


24.98 


945 


8,191.59 


177,480 


160 


93 


4.26 


4.6 


13,306.08 


26 


458 


29.05 

• 


721 



368 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 

Note. — -The power used in the smaller places and rural districts is, and possibly must always 
be, a relatively small porportion of the power distributed by the Commission. Thus, the power 
used by the small municipalities in the following group, which includes small towns, villages and 
certain surburban areas in townships, is less than 10 per cent, of the power distributed by the 
Commission to Ontario municipalities. This relatively small proportion of the total power, 



Municipality 







Distance 


System 


Popula- 


from 




tion 


generating 
station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



all 

£E8 



£62 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig. . . . 

Alliston 

Alvinston 

fAncaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arthur 

*Athens 

Ayr 

Baden 

Barton Twp. . . 
Beachville. . . . 
JBeaverton . . . 

Beeton 

Belle River. . . . 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield .... 
Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bradford 

Brantford Twp 
Brechin 

Bridgeport. . . . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . . 

Caledonia 

Campbellville . . 
Cannington . . . 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth . . . 







miles 


Nia. 


1,973 


91 


Nia. 


P.V. 


93 


Nia. 


521 


148 


G. B. 


1,329 


74 


Nia. 


635 


267 


Nia. 


4,073 


59 


St. L. 


P.V. 


19 


Nia. 


385 


250 


G. B. 


1,010 


63 


St. L. 


625 


75 


Nia. 


789 


84 


Nia. 


P.V. 


103 


Nia. 


7,795 


46 


Na. 


P.V. 


101 


G. B. 


1,018 


28 


G. B. 


560 


80 


Nia. 


791 


250 


Nia. 


1,595 


202 


C. 0. 


572 


29 


Nia. 


641 


161 


Nia. 


599 


98 


Nia. 


630 


217 


G. B. 


915 


74 


Nia. 


7,075 


79 


G. B. 


P.V. 


18 


Nia. 


P.V. 


98 


Nia. 


P.V. 


233 


Nia. 


736 


159 


Nia. 


P.V. 


83 


Nia. 


P.V. 


116 


Nia. 


1,450 


65 


Nia. 


P.V. 


96 


G. B. 


889 


36 


Nia. 


619 


82 


G. B. 


316 


23 



$ 


c. 


9,719 


56 


3,922 


00 


2,776.39 


8,709 


44 


4,402 


53 


14,824 


37 


1,006.38 


2,247 


20 


3,979 


17 


3,987 


35 


3,103 


48 


1,790 


13 


2,450 


31 


7,094 


38 


3,392 


54 


4,060.97 


7,836.02 


2,652 


87 


3,043 


78 


3,011 


53 


2,792 


64 


4,719 


87 


18,466.36 


980.98 


3,537 


63 


2,298 


61 


4,363 


13 


3,817 


53 


1,209 


99 


3,795. 


47 


1,136.99 


4,557. 


85 


2,060. 


63 


1,196. 


35 



kw-hr. 

460,517 
122,358 

50,192 
163,369 

66,077 



18,742 
47,366 
59,133 



209,369 

157,462 

75,563 

97,344 

250,878 

63,443 

122,632 

298,617 

61,222 

66,905 

73,125 
79,691 
99,570 
803,210 
17,425 

169,151 

54,819 

118,684 

152,740 

33,154 

101,973 
20,488 

154,477 
48,029 
17,938 



475 
136 
131 
325 
156 

573 

37 

90 

156 

120 

187 
121 
73 
121 
379 

112 

174 
489 
145 
140 

146 
154 
190 
739 
40 

98 
105 
181 
177 

50 

241 
38 

226 
80 

57 



kw-hr 

82 
76 
30 
42 
36 



92 
110 

87 
71 

55 

47 
59 
52 
35 
40 

42 
44 
44 
93 
36 

149 
44 

55 
71 

55 

35 
45 
56 
50 

27 



1.73 
2.46 
1.67 
2.25 
2.39 



2.26 
1.97 

2.15 



1.76 
2.17 
2.04 
1.80 
1.58 

2:50 
1.97 
1.36 
1.52 
1.85 

1.75 
1.54 
2.10 
2.14 
2.04 

3.13 
1.85 
2.03 
1.79 
2.02 

1.31 
2.49 
1.68 
2.15 
1.81 



cts. 

2.1 
3.2 
5.5 
5.3 
6.6 



5.4 
4.7 
6.8 



1.9 
2.0 

2.4 
2.5 
2.8 

5.3 
3.3 
2.6 
4.3 
4.5 

4.1 
3.5 

4.8 
2.3 
5.6 

2.1 
4.2 
3.7 
2.5 
3.6 

3.7 
5.5 
2.9 
4.3 
6.7 



*11 months' operation. 
tl3 " 



JIncludes certain rural consumers. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



369 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

VILLAGES, AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



however, exerts upon the economic life of the Province a most beneficial influence. It should 
further be appreciated that about 35 per cent of these municipalities obtain their power, not 
from Niagara, but from relatively small and isolated water-power developments throughout the 
Province. The net cost per kilowatt-hour given in the table is the cost inclusive of all charges. 
Consult also introduction to Statement "D," page 360. 



Commercial light service 


Power service 










c 














Total 








# o 














number 






Number 


£0. 


>, 


u 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


4,2 6 




°" . 




of 


Average 


cost per 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


5? a % 


it! 


§•? 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


£68 

< 


2o= 
£62 
< 


2* 




sumers 


power 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cts. 


$ c. 






$ c. 




3,157.19 


134,227 


80 


156 


3.52 


2.4 


13,154.60 


19 


491 


26.79 


574 


820.26 


17,634 


17 


86 


4.06 


4.6 


1,537.81 


3 


61 


25.12 


156 


1,525.03 


27,794 


44 


53 


2.95 


5.5 


1,162.30 


1 


45 


25.82 


176 


5,389.77 


93,570 


104 


74 


4.27 


5.8 


2,828.91 


14 


120 


23.57 


443 


2,515.88 


48,379 


58 


75 


3.88 


5.2 


1,604.30 


4 


48 


35.88 


218 


2,503.89 
751.54 




52 








601.75 


5 






630 


' 12,554 


17 


"61 


"3.'o8 


6*0 


227.06 


1 


"ll 


21*44 


55 


1,288.50 


33,067 


39 


76 


2.98 


3.9 


1,010.97 


3 


26 


38.88 


132 


3,569.81 


47,812 


82 
38 

49 


49 


3.67 


7.4 


1,685.38 


4 


45 


37.45 


242 
158 


1,623.38 


68,029 


118 


2.81 


2.4 


872.98 


6 


37 


23.53 


242 


901.18 


34,714 


30 


103 


2.68 


2.6 


6,405 . 43 


3 


226 


28.29 


154 


151.62 


4,386 


5 


73 


2.52 


3.4 


868.34 


2 


57 


15.23 


80 


856.25 


24,364 


30 


70 


2.46 


3.5 


7,782.16 


4 


330 


23.56 


155 


2,390.31 


101,852 


57 


151 


3.55 


2.3 


2,459.10 


9 


97 


25.35 


445 


2,573.77 


43,068 


34 


102 


6.12 


6.0 


3,476.61 


6 


98 


35.47 


152 


1,508.22 


42,324 


33 


112 


3.93 


3.6 


1,330.22 


4 


53 


25.19 


211 


5,526.61 


241,191 


114 


174 


4.00 


2.3 


4,815.44 


12 


205 


23.48 


615 


867.69 


20,086 


25 


69 


3.01 


4.3 


3,067.44 


7 


97 


31.75 


177 


1,556.69 


33,321 


53 


56 


2.64 


4.7 


1,241.74 


5 


50 


24.83 


198 


894.67 


25,808 


40 


51 


1.77 


3.5 


2,548.77 


9 


95 


26.74 


195 


1,457.63 


43,529 


50 


72 


2.42 


3.3 


1,025.93 


6 


49 


20.93 


210 


3,584.63 


64,637 


57 


97 


5.43 


5.5 


5,207.87 


7 


183 


28.45 


254 


3,680.30 


195,581 


46 


379 


7.13 


1.8 


3,735.39 


4 


106 


35.37 


789 


1,063.45 


20,932 


27 


67 


3.40 


5.0 


986.28 


4 


38 


25.95 


71 


1,058.20 


33,515 


16 


186 


5.87 


3.2 


1,601.56 


3 


53 


29.99 


117 


1,695.15 


44,909 


41 


91 


3.44 


3.8 


2,166.98 


6 


46 


47.10 


152 


2,315.22 


53,247 


58 


76 


3.47 


4.3 


487.05 


1 


15 


32.47 


240 


1,018.04 


35,966 


35 


85 


2.42 


2.8 


2,027.79 


4 


78 


26.06 


216 


645.97 


18,654 


23 


74 


2.56 


3.5 


1,241.87 


2 


43 


28.88 


75 


4,379.83 


149,800 


85 


147 


4.29 


2.9 


3,500.71 


10 


134 


26.13 


343 


456.35 


13,105 
66,048 


8 


136 


4.75 


3.5 










46 


2,194*62 


65 


82 


2.68 


3.3 


"890*05 


"ii 


"66 


13*48 


302 


1,993.33 


42,472 


46 


77 


3.61 


4.7 


969.37 


3 


25 


38.77 


129 


1,441.66 


22,177 


35 


52 


3.43 


6.5 


404.30 


1 


20 


20.21 


93 



370 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 







Distance 


System 


Popula- 


from 




tion 


generating 
station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



c 
.2 

g is 

< 


< 


kw-hr. 


$ c. 


47 


1.52 


65 


1.71 


95 


2.05 


29 


1.74 


79 


1.86 


69 


1.59 


58 


2.06 


23 


1.86 


42 


1.98 


35 


2.28 


31 


1.12 


43 


2.08 


38 


2.15 


55 


1.69 


40 


1.46 


35 


1.23 


65 


1.93 


38 


2.02 


34 


1.26 


35 


1.25 


52 


1.38 


42 


1.34 


21 


1.62 


74 


1.95 


71 


2.21 


30 


1.94 


22 


1.83 


54 


1.66 


93 


2.07 


79 


1.96 


82 


1.93 


21 


2.44 


43 


1.76 


60 


1.77 


53 


1.84 


78 


1.58 


48 


2.05 


31 


1.67 


61 


1.69 


62 


1.44 



Chesley 

Chesterville . . . 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Coldwater. . . . 

Comber 

Cookstown .... 

Cottam 

Courtright .... 

Creemore 

Dashwood .... 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . . 
Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dutton 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

*Erie Beach. . . 

Essex 

Etobicoke Twp 
Exeter 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton .... 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Georgetown . . . 
Glencoe ....... 

Grand Valley . . 

Granton 

Gravenhurst . . 







miles 


G. B. 


1,801 


46 


St. L. 


1,013 


44 


Nia. 


1,207 


4 


Nia. 


493 


173 


Nia. 


1,936 


155 


G. B. 


610 


17 


Nia. 


P.V. 


216 


G. B. 


P.V. 


65 


Nia. 


P.V. 


257 


Nia. 


417 


215 


G. B. 


605 


60 


Nia. 


P.V. 


163 


Nia. 


P.V. 


137 


Nia. 


P.V. 


129 


Nia. 


574 


169 


Nia. 


1,424 


210 


Nia. 


P.V. 


90 


Nia. 


P.V. 


140 


G. B. 


560 


18 


G. B. 


1,720 


23 


Nia. 


802 


152 


G. B. 


P.V. 


32 


G. B. 


P.V. 


40 


Nia. 


1,216 


94 


Nia. 


431 


107 


Nia. 


201 


210 


Nia. 


21 


209 


Nia. 


1,821 


254 


Nia. 


13,633 


73 


Nia. 


1,583 


155 


Nia. 


2,080 


94 


St. L. 


344 


53 


G. B. 


442 


7 


Nia. 


727 


25 


Nia. 


1,415 


256 


Nia. 


1,973 


100 


Nia. 


793 


229 


G. B. 


546 


51 


Nia. 


P.V. 


147 


G. .B 


1,846 


7 



7,230.25 
4,282.23 
6,323.20 
1,780.21 
11,165.86 

2,436.09 
2,459.37 
2,063.72 
2,266.99 
1,894.64 

1,984.67 
1,522.87 
1,240.79 
2,599.39 
2,695.13 

5,169.50 
1,883.66 
996.88 
2,302.98 
5,460.40 

3,229.98 

2,241.25 

972.39 

6,696.47 

2,557.32 

2,779.71 

1,189.01 

8,133.46 

85,915.07 

10,080.06 

12,730.43 
1,940.27 
2,114.36 
4,342.13 
9,641.81 

11,536.17 
5,240.13 
2,658.35 
1,547.39 
7,108.78 



kw-hr. 

227,762 
163,348 
293,798 
30,204 
475,568 

105,805 
68,548 
25,388 
48,708 
29,797 

53,969 
31,946 
21,979 
84,676 
74,664 

150,757 
64,038 
19,156 
62,370 

154,635 

126,257 
69,825 
13,011 

255,748 
82,143 

43,454 
14,316 

265,041 
3,895,854 

407,018 

543,445 

17,399 

52,335 

147,452 

279,155 

570,254 

123,507 

50,500 

55,653 

303,984 



405 
212 
250 
90 
502 

126 
98 
92 

100 
71 

145 

61 

48 

129 

150 

348 

77 

45 

151 

372 

202 
148 

50 
290 

95 

121 

54 

408 

3,582 

430 

572 
67 
122 
204 
439 

611 
215 
133 
78 
411 



cts. 

3.2 
2.6 
2.1 

5.8 
2.3 

2.3 
3.6 
8.1 
4.6 
6.3 

3.6 
4.7 
5.6 
3.0 

3.7 

3.4 
2.9 

5.2 
3.6 
3.5 

2.5 
3.2 
7.4 
2.6 
3.2 

6.3 

8.3 
3.1 
2.2 
2.4 

2.3 
11.1 
4.0 
2.9 
3.4 

2.0 
4.2 

5.2 
2.7 
2.3 



^Unusual conditions — Summer resort. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 



4 'D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial 


light service 




Power service 










c 














Total 








.2 














number 






Number 


>»o. 


>> 


<u 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


Js 


<i)2 


o. 




of 


Average 


cost per 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


Sfc S 


SI 


o4 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2o« 


2o= 

£e:s 

< 






sumers 


power 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c 


cts. 


$ c. 






$ C. 




4,098.54 


151,304 


102 


124 


3.38 


2.7 


9,499.47 


20 


299 


32.13 


527 


2,375.93 


76,552 


60 


119 


3.24 


3.1 


4,638.96 


3 


161 


28.74 


275 


1,462.89 


81,980 


42 


163 


2.90 


1.8 


1,474.89 


5 


40 


36.87 


297 


1,261.29 


27,244 


36 


61 


3.06 


4.6 


96.90 


1 


5 


19.38 


127 


5,190.14 


174,160 


116 


121 


3.60 


2.9 


6,062.22 


15 


260 


23.31 


633 


1,478.17 


57,008 


58 


84 


2.19 


2.6 


3,467.01 


4 


128 


27.08 


188 


2,068.03 


49,685 


45 


90 


3.74 


4.1 


3,483.47 


2 


91 


38.27 


145 


1,576.84 


20,617 


36 


47 


3.65 


7.6 


73.96 


2 


8 


9.24 


130 


1,290.76 


37,873 


27 


121 


4.13 


3.4 


467.08 


2 


20 


23.35 


129 


1,150.26 


27,539 


22 


104 


4.35 


4.1 


208.44 


1 


5 


41.68 


94 


1,977.44 


53,418 


55 


78 


2.89 


3.7 


1,526.95 


5 


61 


25.03 


205 


1,008.11 


17,438 


25 


58 


3.36 


5.7 


1,347.66 


1 


43 


31.34 


87 


730.40 


15,575 
25,324 


19 
31 


72 
68 


3.38 
2.82 


4.6 

4.1 










67 


1,049.28 


"590.50 


" 2 


32 


i8.46 


162 


1,941.69 


42,218 


51 


69 


3.17 


4.6 


1,487.04 


5 


58 


25.64 


206 


4,383.34 


166,876 


123 


113 


2.96 


2.6 


6,219.15 


14 


215 


28.92 


485 


669.59 


21,872 


23 


82 


2.53 


3.0 


904.58 


2 


29 


31.24 


102 


792.72 


15,097 


18 


59 


3.14 


5.2 


1,183.76 


4 


37 


32.25 


67 


2,242.77 


65,968 


76 


73 


2.49 


3.3 


2,459.27 


3 


117 


21.01 


230 


4,230.01 


133,715 


102 


109 


3.45 


3.1 


15,117.81 


12 


501 


30.17 


486 


2,615.80 


96,750 


71 


115 


3.11 


2.7 


2,926.93 


8 


128 


22.77 


281 


1,491.82 


48,306 


55 


77 


2.39 


3.0 


4,162.69 


9 


173 


24.06 


212 


547.17 


7,614 


19 


33 


2.39 


7.1 


1,478.04 


1 


33 


44.78 


70 


3,864.94 


113,562 


76 


126 


4.29 


3.4 


9,145.98 


3 


344 


26.57 


369 


1,515.56 


28,749 


40 


58 


3.08 


5.2 


1,295.98 


3 


45 


28.80 


138 


1,003.35 


26,271 


11 


218 


8.36 


3.8 


278.02 


1 


5 


55.60 


133 


202.94 


3,605 
189,834 


2 
115 


150 
137 


8.45 
4.32 


5.6 










56 


5,971.76 


3.1 


* 6,iii.99 


""\1 


"266 


'23.09 


540 


21,526.44 


1,031,647 


327 


263 


5.50 


2.0 


15,091.52 


22 


705 


21.40 


3,931 


4,651.43 


151,310 


119 


109 


3.37 


3.0 


6,306.00 


10 


270 


23.35 


559 


6,025.63 


203,621 


114 


152 


4.52 


3.0 


9,070.97 


15 


327 


27.73 


701 


1,638.77 


15,299 


33 


42 


4.55 


10.7 


1,413.60 


1 


30 


46.74 


101 


1,766.62 


43,535 


40 


93 


3.77 


4.0 


291.65 


1 


25 


11.66 


163 


841.07 


32,583 


25 


123 


3.18 


2.5 


666.22 


3 


24 


27.75 


232 


4,477.11 


131,224 


131 


86 


2.96 


3.4 


4,994.93 


23 


199 


25.15 


593 


5,513.76 


259,536 


125 


168 


3.58 


2.1 


20,155.32 


25 


852 


23.65 


761 


3,524.91 


89,355 


74 


103 


4.07 


3.9 


2,634.33 


6 


105 


25.08 


295 


2,020.19 


33,595 


53 


53 


3.23 


6.0 


1,809.24 


2 


58 


33.09 


188 


1,026.95 


32,333 


31 


86 


2.76 


3.1 


1,111.89 


1 


39 


28.51 


110 


4,673.52 


264,904 


62 


356 


6.28 


1.8 


8,573.43 


14 


347 


24.71 


487 



372 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 







Distance 


System 


Popula- 


from 




tion 


generating 
station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



2§S 

£e8 



< 



Hagersville. 
Harriston . . 
Harrow. . . . 
Havelock. . 
Hensall. . . . 



Highgate. . . . 

Holstein 

Humberstone. 

Jarvis 

Kemptville. . . 



Kirkfield.... 
Lakefield. . . 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster. . . 



La Salle 

London Twp . 

Lucan 

Lucknow. . . . 
Lynden 



Markdale. . . 
Markham. . . 
Marmora. . . 
Martintown 
Maxville. . . . 



Merlin 

Milton . . . 
Milverton. 
Mitchell. . 
Moorefield 



Mt. Brydges. . . 

Mt. Forest 

Neustadt 

Newbury 

New Hamburg.. 

Niagara-on-the 

Lake. . . 
Nipigon. . 
Norwich . . 
Norwood . . 
Oil Springs 



Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
CO. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Rid. 

G. B. 
CO. 
Nia. 
Rid. 
St. L. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 

G. B. 
Nia. 
CO. 
St. L. 
St. L. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
G. B. 
G. B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 



Nia. 
T. B. 

Nia. 
CO. 

Nia. 



1,290 
1,145 
P.V. 
1,134 
748 

359 
P.V. 
1,766 

460 
1,269 

P.V 

1,469 

P.V 

579 

560 

623 
7,448 

573 
1,062 
P.V. 

797 

956 

853 

P.V. 

774 

P.V. 

1,875 
1,025 
1,574 
P.V. 

P.V. 

1,911 

408 

288 
1,446 



1,606 
P.V. 

1,279 
752 
417 



miles 

75 
167 
267 

25 
161 

217 
34 
22 
81 
62 

35 

8 

130 

21 

25 

248 
128 
141 

68 

62 

7 

114 

20 

14 

26 

219 
88 
139 
135 
168 

141 

38 

40 
223 
106 



13 
14 

110 
10 

226 



c. 

.7 



6,343 


.23 


4,024 


.20 


1,603 


.17 


1,015 


.50 


8,978.01 


1,539 


00 


5,644 


19 


681 


12 


6,133 


18 


3,213 


60 


2,240 


73 


1,935 


65 


8,441 


06 


7,508 


40 


4,561 


55 


6,187 


28 


1,592 


65 


3,182 


94 


5,124 


65 


3,315 


56 


723 


96 


2,964 


74 


1,908 


83 


10,323 


42 


4,742 


88 


8,884 


55 


741 


56 


2,478.49 


7,074. 


82 


2,067. 


97 


1,010. 


36 


9,503. 


36 


12,379. 


41 


2,212. 


42 


7,073. 


95 


4,319. 


15 


1,331. 


87 



kw-hr. 

172,727 
210,442 
265,732 
131,517 
126,415 

37,035 

7,860 

297,218 

37,093 
138,690 

11,398 
152,657 
89,282 
36,512 
23,181 

333,409 
267,391 
162,635 
147,614 
56,288 

114,133 
130,346 

58,860 
9,871 

34,078 

54,383 
416,435 
208,783 
397,891 

14,533 

68,884 

242,147 

19,368 

19,757 

441,868 



634,869 
40,428 

345,479 
88,733 
24,656 



288 
307 
211 
289 
171 

91 
48 

449 
81 

267 

26 
289 
101 
115 

71 

195 

285 
168 
259 

75 

180 
243 
184 
33 
128 

100 
454 
220 
440 
50 

128 

394 

90 

59 

353 



427 
101 
340 
206 
69 



kw-hr. 

51 
58 
108 
37 
63 

33 
13 
58 

38 
42 

39 
44 

75 
26 
27 

159 
78 
80 
49 
62 

53 
45 
27 
24 
22 

46 
77 
79 
76 
24 

46 

52 

18 

27 

108 



127 
34 
85 
35 
30 



$ c. 

1.23 
1.62 
2.81 
1.82 
2.03 

1.45 

1.80 

1.7 

1.60 

1.74 

2.36 
1.77 
2.73 
1.60 
2.30 

4.04 
1.90 
2.26 
2.10 
1.77 

1.48 
1.78 
1.55 
1.82 
1.96 

1.62 
1.92 
1.80 
1.71 
1.25 

1.66 

1.52 
1.95 
1.42 
2.32 



2.47 
1.90 
1.74 
1.73 
1.64 



cts. 

2.3 
2.7 
2.6 
4.8 
3.1 

4.3 
12.9 
3.0 
4.1 
4.0 

5.9 
4.2 
3.5 
6.1 
8.3 

2.5 
2.8 
2.8 
4.1 
3.0 

2.7 
3.9 
5.6 
7.4 
8.6 

3.5 
2.4 
2.3 
2.2 
5.1 

3.7 
2.9 
10.6 
5.1 
2.1 



1.9 
5.4 
2.1 
4.8 
5.4 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercia 


light service 




Power service 










c 














Total 








.2 














number 






Number 


>,a 


>, 


V 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


o)2 S 


O J3 


. 




of 


Average 


cost per 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


S? C " 


S?c 


§J3 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


< 


< 






sumers 


power 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cts. 


$ c 






$ c. 




3,948.38 


195,096 


106 


157 


3.19 


2.0 


29,403 . 09 


14 


1,344 


21.86 


408 


3,554.23 


112,851 


92 


99 


3.15 


3.1 


6,713.33 


12 


256 


26.19 


411 


3,965.06 


134,985 


70 


165 


4.85 


2.9 


3,086.78 


4 


103 


29.96 


285 


1,894.48 


41,280 


50 


72 


3.28 


4.5 


6,470.91 


3 


195 


33.15 


342 


1,520.56 


57,475 


58 


82 


2.18 


2.6 


3,008.82 


13 


107 


28.11 


242 


910.55 


24,050 


35 


58 


2.23 


3.7 


1,987.02 


6 


59 


33.33 


132 


575.04 


5,667 


17 


27 


2.81 


10.1 


272.54 


1 


8 


36.33 


• 66 


3,119.88 


124,566 


67 


162 


4.06 


2.5 


5,406.59 


10 


219 


24.73 


526 


1,227.14 


39,623 


36 


130 


3.93 


3.0 


4,079.10 


4 


140 


29.20 


121 


3,566.50 


88,207 


78 


98 


3.96 


4.0 


4,593.20 


6 


152 


30.27 


351 


693.77 


12,776 


17 


70 


3.85 


5.5 


357.34 


1 


20 


17.86 


44 


5,092.93 


124,332 


76 


136 


5.58 


4.1 


3,040.66 


7 


126 


24.13 


372 


1,132.23 


45,496 


19 


223 


5.55 


2.4 


306.57 


1 


7 


43.79 


121 


1,182.53 


21,814 


33 


55 


2.98 


5.4 


122.63 


2 


5 


24.53 


150 


2,211.59 


23,944 
133,019 


39 


55 


5.11 


9.2 










110 


3,749.86 


27 


443 


12.49 


2.8 


3,208.34 


3 


82 


38.93 


225 


1,275.03 


42,210 


13 


293 


8.85 


3.0 


1,327.14 


3 


38 


34.92 


301 


1,818.47 


49,877 


43 


98 


3.60 


3.6 


2,196.81 


9 


87 


25.25 


220 


3,360.79 


63,215 


84 


63 


3.36 


5.3 


4,010.84 


5 


113 


35.55 


348 


876.17 


34,492 


20 


143 


3.65 


2.5 


936.56 


1 


42 


22.59 


96 


2,369.41 


71,307 


74 


78 


2.59 


3.3 


1,134.51 


9 


95 


11.94 


263 


2,758.31 


60,992 


67 


78 


3.52 


4.5 


2,787.30 


10 


101 


27.70 


320 


1,793.93 


40,962 


48 


72 


3.11 


4.3 


474.28 


3 


25 


19.20 


235 


845 . 50 


11,341 


19 


49 


3.70 


7.4 










52 


1,985.41 


28,524 


46 


49 


3.44 


6.9 


"260!l6 


"2 


"5 


54.65 


176 


1,372.03 


44,361 


40 


94 


2.93 


3.1 


4,728.90 


4 


134 


35.23 


144 


5,180.34 


192,233 


101 


166 


4.49 


2.7 


31,209.49 


21 


1,152 


27.09 


576 


2,525.71 


84,151 


68 


103 


3.10 


3.0 


9,932.24 


8 


421 


23 . 59 


296 


4,714.13 


188,348 


114 


137 


3.41 


2.5 


6,151.74 


22 


299 


20.95 


576 


601.59 


10,098 


26 


32 


1.92 


5.9 


1,314.92 


2 


38 


34.24 


78 


925.03 


22,578 


35 


58 


2.40 


4.0 


1,015.97 


3 


31 


32.77 


166 


5,205.06 


169,733 


136 


104 


3.18 


3.3 


6,320.65 


12 


265 


23.85 


542 


1,328.91 


16,616 


26 


53 


4.90 


7.9 


120.08 


2 


3 


40.03 


118 


708.30 


9,979 


28 


33 


2.36 


7.0 


619.37 


1 


26 


23.82 


88 


4,018.36 


143,265 


87 


131 


4.05 


2.8 


6,173.08 


11 


258 


24.71 


451 


3,014.77 


134,779 


73 


155 


3.48 


2.3 


2,651.40 


10 


99 


26.78 


510 


1,858.87 


49,192 


36 


128 


4.84 


3.7 










137 


2,860.87 


109,721 


85 


106 


2.77 


2.6 


"2,570! 36 


"8 


120 


2l!43 


433 


2,301.73 


44,631 


66 


54 


2.82 


5.1 


1,871.15 


4 


70 


26.88 


276 


1,082.01 


23,741 


35 


56 


2.60 


4.6 


9,517.24 


36 


283 


33.62 


140 



374 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population) 



Municipality 



System 


Popula- 
tion 


Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



c <2 

© S 
68 



2o = 
^B3 



©•7 



Omemee 

Otterville 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Parkhill 

Plattsville 

Point Edward. 
Port Credit . . . 
Port Dalhousie 
Port Dover. . . 

Port McNicoll. 
Port Perry. . . . 
Port Rowan. . . 
Port Stanley. . 
Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston .... 
Richmond .... 
Richmond Hill. 
Ridgetown. . . . 

Ripley 

Rockwood .... 

Rodney 

Russell 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George. . . . 

St. Jacobs 

Scarboro Twp . 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Springfield 
Stamford Twp. 

Stayner 

Stouffville 

Sunderland 

Sutton.. 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 



C. O. 

Nia. 
G. B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

G. B. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Ott. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
St. L. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G. B. 
Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
G. B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
G. B. 





miles 


511 


15 


P.V. 


115 


730 


56 


1,650 


161 


959 


157 


P.V. 


96 


1,371 


209 


1,381 


69 


1,580 


21 


1,572 


108 


879 


21 


1,150 


58. 


669 


124 


618 


146 


P.V. 


12 


P.V. 


96 


P.V. 


7 


365 


19 


1,170 


103 


1,986 


211 


449 


69 


P.V. 


87 


712 


163 


P.V. 


58 


136 


247 


P.V. 


82 


P.V. 


102 


15,325 


87 


1,670 


147 


1,120 


31 


397 


151 


6,650 


2 


967 


53 


1,071 


110 


P.V. 


44 


825 


114 


453 


34 


965 


129 


2,164 


246 


813 


58 



2,281.74 
2,040.15 
3,547.23 
10,031.47 
4,536.89 

2,007.90 

5,522.02 
10,828.26 
11,929.22 

6,262.51 

3,123.44 

6,654.25 

2,215.22 

10,373.76 

538.17 

2,556.46 
2,536.28 
1,298.53 
5,698.62 
9,639.22 

2,791.34 
2,562.05 
2,932.60 
2,369.34 
1,915.49 

2,546.38 
2,874.02 
69,416.10 
8,968.11 
5,498.07 

1,751.54 
53,896.04 
3,519.57 
5,517.15 
1,823.26 

6,329.53 
2,891.48 
6,179.39 

15,772.85 
4,785.42 



kw-hr. 

54,740 

62,450 

45,966 

483,815 

107,595 

36,435 
198,451 
616,017 
668,070 
170,627 

85,729 
170,032 

37,085 

384,366 

4,361 

45,547 
111,394 

22,452 
202,248 
398,048 

40,473 
101,990 
92,292 
30,544 
84,010 

150,596 
137,670 
3,157,665 
390,076 
157,406 

50,037 

2,946,777 

140,348 

126,823 

28,255 

120,176 

45,760 

303,526 

479,448 

68,762 



127 
107 
168 
390 
215 

87 
295 
380 
564 
364 

159 
271 

74 

565 

25 

89 

66 

36 

337 

533 

100 
138 
192 
102 

43 

131 
102 
3,972 
470 
295 

89 

1,477 

223 

303 

97 



kw-hr. 

35 
50 
23 
104 
42 

36 
58 
137 
99 
42 

44 
52 
43 
68 
14 

44 
147 
51 
52 
62 

35 
63 
39 
25 
170 

98 

114 

71 

70 

45 

45 
177 
53 
36 
24 



$ c. 


1.48 


1.63 


1.78 


2.23 


1.76 


1.96 


1.61 


2.43 


1.78 


1.48 


1.63 


2.06 


2.60 


1.83 


1.79 


2.50 


3.35 


3.00 


1.47 


1.50 


2.42 


1.59 


1.25 


1.99 


3.89 


1.65 


2.39 


1.56 


1.59 


1.57 



350 


29 


114 


34 


245 


107 


491 


88 


208 


28 



1.60 
3.23 
1.33 
1.60 
1.56 

1.54 
2.15 
2.12 
2.90 
1.97 



cts. 

4.1 
3.2 
7.7 
2.0 
4.2 

5.5 
2.7 
1.7 
1.7 
3.6 

3.7 
3.9 
5.9 
2.6 
12.3 

5.6 
2.2 
5.7 
2.8 
2.4 

6.8 
2.5 
3.1 

7.7 
2.2 

1.6 

2.0 
2.2 
2.2 
3.4 

3.5 
1.8 
2.5 
4.3 
6.4 

5.2 
6.3 
2.0 
3.2 
6.9 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercia 


light service 


Power service 










c 














Total 








.2 




I-. 










number 






Number 


>. o. 


>> 


0. 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


oJs 


4,2 


*i . 




of 


Average 


cost per 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


£ B S 


S?s 


OJ3 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2oB 

< 


2o= 

£e:s 
< 






sumers 


power 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cts. 


$ c 






$ c. 




1,101.55 


25,321 


36 


55 


2.41 


4.4 


303.87 


7 


19 


16.24 


170 


1,682.60 


46,353 


42 


96 


3.50 


3.6 


706.98 


3 


25 


28.05 


152 


2.194.52 


49,907 


49 


81 


3.58 


4.3 


1,201.38 


4 


34 


35.33 


221 


5,337.20 


533,528 


109 








6,981.60 


9 


194 


35.98 


508 


2,931.53 


73,565 


76 


"81 


3^21 


'3.9 


1,583.51 


5 


71 


22.30 


296 


989.60 


19,500 


25 


65 


3.30 


5.1 


108.00 


1 


5 


21.60 


113 


1,790.13 


53,301 


43 


103 


3.46 


3.3 


10,805.26 


13 


480 


22.71 


351 


4,573.41 


221,808 


95 


217 


4.48 


2.1 


1,587.47 


4 


67 


23.69 


479 


2,360.92 


134,586 


48 


238 


4.18 


1.7 


3,977.48 


9 


195 


20.39 


621 


4,839.88 


150,592 


133 


96 


3.10 


3.2 


4,332.29 


13 


188 


23.10 


510 


564.61 


17,691 


28 


54 


1.74 


3.1 


72.45 


1 


2 


36.22 


188 


1,899.07 


49,487 


72 


60 


2.32 


3.8 


4,022.73 


12 


145 


27.74 


355 


1,678.88 


26,101 


32 


68 


4.37 


6.4 


38.41 


1 


1 


38.41 


107 


2,937.12 


72,267 


74 


81 


3.30 


4.0 


4,284.30 


13 


139 


30.82 


652 


278.33 


2,700 


9 


25 


2.57 


10.3 










34 


368.12 


17,711 


13 


98 


2.04 


2.0 


1,992.24 


1 


43 


46.22 


103 


206.64 


6,887 


6 


95 


2.87 


3.0 


850.85 


1 


29 


29.64 


73 


1,513.84 
2,960.39 


25,743 
127,252 


27 


79 


4.67 


5.8 










63 


57 


186 


4.32 


2.3 


"2,577! 82 


"u 


* 128 


20.15 


406 


4,921.64 


200,171 


130 


128 


3.15 


2.4 


7,106.73 


22 


348 


20.44 


685 


2,403.90 
967.52 


27,784 
29,399 
71,232 


46 


51 


4.45 


8.6 










146 


30 


40 


1.32 


3.2 










168 


2,282.00 


71 


86 


2.75 


3.2 


1,362*. 13 


"5 


"84 


'io'i? 


268 


1,446.23 
2,187.07 


19,818 
40,541 


33 


51 


3.76 


7.2 










135 


6 


48 


2.60 


5.3 


"698^87 


"2 


"20 


34^99 


51 


780.10 


33,974 


31 


91 


2.09 


2.2 


2,228.28 


3 


92 


24.29 


165 


1,188.01 


41,646 


25 


133 


3.80 


2.8 


3,406.33 


6 


120 


28.26 


133 


14,815.49 


582,194 


302 


175 


4.45 


2.5 


24,093.64 


27 


871 


27.67 


4,301 


5,427.10 


217,676 


122 


148 


3.70 


2.4 


8,147.21 


14 


346 


18.24 


606 


3,870.54 


118,963 


94 


105 


3.43 


3.2 


2,934.28 


8 


125 


23.47 


397 


893.57 


16,588 


35 


41 


2.25 


5.3 


3,168.34 


4 


107 


29.61 


128 


5,854.51 


167,141 


109 


107 


4.31 


3.5 


5,997.40 


13 


288 


20.79 


1,599 


2,177.64 


77,576 


73 


92 


2.59 


2.8 


2,521.76 


10 


123 


20.50 


306 


2,510.06 


59,322 


82 


63 


2.68 


4.2 


1,361.99 


5 


60 


22.69 


390 


1,677.40 


33,767 


39 


72 


3.58 


4.9 


272.74 


3 


12 


23.19 


139 


2,804.74 


52,345 


71 


66 


3.54 


5.3 


1,281.45 


3 


35 


36.66 


424 


1,836.87 


17,461 


38 


38 


4.02 


10.5 


1,128.95 


4 


34 


33.20 


156 


1,928.10 


78,686 


72 


91 


2.23 


2.4 


8,663.42 


6 


340 


25.47 


323 


3,943.86 


131,077 


51 


227 


6.84 


3.0 


4,326.87 


2 


112 


38.63 


544 


3,041.25 


45,168 


60 


64 


4.36 


6.7 


833.33 


7 


33 


28.28 


275 



376 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group III— SMALL TOWNS (less than 2,000 population), 



Municipality 



System 


Popula- 
tion 


Distance 

from 

generating 

station 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



2o 
< 



60 £ 

££3 



Thamesford .... 
Thamesville. . . . 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Tilbury 

Toronto Twp. . . 

Tottenham 

Trafalgar Twp. 

No. 1 

*Trafalgar Twp. 

No. 2. 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbor, 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Waubaushene. . . 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Wheatley 

Williamsburg. . . . 

Winchester 

Woodbridge 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York, East, Twp 
York, North Twp 
Zurich 







miles 


Nia. 


P.V. 


136 


Nia. 


845 


207 


Nia. 


569 


268 


Nia. 


P.V. 


136 


G. B. 


P.V. 


58 


Nia. 


1,992 


209 


Nia. 


7,914 


67 


G. B. 


535 


82 


Nia. 


3,834 




Nia. 
G. B. 






1,417 


60 


G. B. 


1,382 


17 


Nia. 


224 


225 


CO. 


P.V. 


17 


Nia. 


871 


57 


Nia. 


1,070 


94 


Nia. 


1,030 


256 


G. B. 


P.V. 


12 


Nia. 


P.V. 


111 


C. 0. 


832 


22 


Nia. 


795 


159 


Nia. 


738 


279 


St. L. 


P.V. 


28 


St. L. 


992 


38 


Nia. 


717 


85 


G. B. 


407 


40 


Nia. 


490 


239 


Nia. 


25,100 


86 


Nia. 


9,510 


84 


Nia. 


P.V. 


168 



2,211.84 
4,489.52 
2,429.09 
1,421.75 
1,092.52 



6,475.48 

47,354.32 

2,937.00 

11,655.63 



6,938.62 
2,523.29 

978.78 
1,827.93 
4,277.71 

6,649.49 
6,071.05 
1,864.11 
2,603.62 
4,386.64 

3,147.01 
3,955.10 
1,186.24 
5,258.47 
4,640.53 

1,750.71 

2,047.75 

136,451.58 

59,433.15 

2.788.03 



kw-hr. 

72,772 
169,802 
46,634 
28,751 
15,604 

232,163 

2,675,643 

37,692 

451,395 



187,935 
71,175 
13,759 
29,986 

179,934 

400,698 

163,522 

59,283 

88,876 

108,374 

84,575 
104,637 

34,381 
240,164 
207,501 

42,123 

36,040 

5,747,622 

1,957,205 

72,615 



. 


kw-hr. 


$ c. 


Ill 


55 


1.66 


207 


72 


1.92 


127 


31 


1.61 


71 


35 


1.76 


49 


28 


1.97 


410 


49 


1.37 


1,600 


146 


2.58 


120 


27 


2.07 


229 


156 


4.29 


112 
311 






53 


1.99 


147 


40 


1.42 


48 


23 


1.66 


87 


28 


1.73 


212 


72 


1.71 


315 


107 


1.78 


268 


50 


1.89 


112 


44 


1.39 


118 


63 


1.87 


259 


35 


1.42 


191 


37 


1.39 


174 


51 


1.93 


55 


52 


1.79 


270 


75 


1.64 


214 


81 


1.81 


93 


38 


1.58 


124 


25 


1.41 


7,664 


65 


1.54 


1,870 


91 


2.78 


116 


53 


2.05 



cts. 

3.0 
2.6 
5.2 
4.9 
7.0 

2.7 
1.7 

7.7 

2.5 



3.6 
3.5 
7.1 
6.0 

2.3 

1.6 
3.7 
3.1 
2.9 
4.0 

3.7 
3.7 
3.4 
2.2 

2.2 

4.1 
5.6 
2.3 
3.0 
3.8 



*8 months' operation. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 






"D"— Concluded 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1929 

VILLAGES AND SUBURBAN AREAS 



Commercial light service 


Pc 


>wer service 












c 














Total 








.2 




Ih 










number 






Number 


>,a 


>, 


0) 




Number 




Average 


of 




Consump- 


of 


Je 


4j J3 


. 




of 


Average 


cost per 


con- 


Revenue 


tion 


con- 


S?c « 


S?C 


§•? 


Revenue 


con- 


horse- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2§c 

< 


2 |= 

£e:s 
< 






sumers 


power 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c 


cts. 


$ c. 






$ c. 




1,563.77 


49,650 


33 


125 


3.95 


3.1 


3,275.92 


8 


106 


30.85 


152 


4,040.11 


133,530 


78 


130 


3.96 


3.1 


1,938.03 


7 


91 


21.29 


292 


1,438.38 


33,944 


39 


72 


3.07 


4.2 


822.20 


3 


32 


26.00 


169 


988.06 


26,211 


29 


84 


3.16 


3.7 


1,264.18 


1 


31 


41.04 


101 


555.99 


6,342 


17 


33 


2.89 


8.7 


364.56 


2 


17 


21.44 


68 


6,959.33 


266,143 


125 


181 


4.75 


2.6 


13,627.04 


15 


611 


22.28 


550 


11,461.19 


457,857 


147 


267 


6.67 


2.5 


4,863.57 


17 


235 


20.69 


1,764 


2,347.56 


29,020 


56 


45 


3.69 


8.0 


1,099.61 


40 


6 


18.33 


182 


666.02 


16,922 


2 


705 


27.75 


3.9 


944.90 


11 


55 


17.18 


242 
112 


3.575.94 


87,668 


94 


77 


3.17 


4.0 


1,546.64 


15 


82 


18.79 


420 


935.89 


28,723 


26 


82 


2.68 


3.2 


70.13 


2 


6 


11.69 


175 


1,204.92 


14,699 


25 


53 


4.36 


8.1 










73 


1,389.67 


22,822 


41 


46 


2.82 


6.0 










128 


723.36 


36,893 


27 


113 


2.23 


1.9 


"l",943.63 


"6 


78 


24!91 


245 


1,869.24 


123,251 


65 


160 


2.43 


1.5 


4,806.74 


11 


229 


21.01 


391 


3,429.51 


73,212 


79 


77 


3.61 


4.6 


2,577.22 


5 


86 


29.96 


352 


438.35 


15,587 


18 


81 


2.28 


2.8 


449 . 44 


6 


28 


16.05 


136 


841.84 


24,624 


28 


73 


2.50 


3.4 


2,686.58 


4 


84 


31.90 


150 


1,976.58 


64,596 


61 


89 


2.75 


3.0 


2,954.92 


8 


102 


28.88 


328 


2,050.19 


69,975 


70 


94 


2.75 


2.9 


7,961.50 


5 


308 


26.17 


266 


2,724.45 


67,226 


57 


94 


3.84 


4.0 


1,024.74 


2 


39 


26.27 


233 


475.51 


11,816 


19 


51 


2.08 


4.0 


200.35 


1 


15 


13.52 


75 


2,751.04 


100,591 


63 


137 


3.89 


2.7 


754.66 


3 


37 


20.25 


336 


1,620.09 


59,210 


43 


109 


3.00 


2.7 


3,359.88 


6 


154 


21.85 


263 


1,043.00 


22,652 


27 


69 


3.21 


4.6 


1,153.81 


3 


50 


23.51 


123 


1,318.78 


23,522 


43 


45 


2.55 


5.6 


114.83 


1 


10 


11.48 


168 


14,715.32 


718,083 


305 


202 


4.15 


2.0 


47,039.81 


29 


1,899 


24.76 


7,998 


9,577.93 


296,684 


159 


172 


5.58 


3.2 


10,483.81 


25 


432 


24.27 


2,054 


1,763.37 


41,021 


47 


75 


3.26 


4.2 


52.24 


2 


2 


26.12 


165 



378 TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 4 



STATEMENT "E" 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the Year 1929 



In Statement "E" are presented the rate schedules applicable to consumers 
for domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service in each 
of the co-operating municipalities receiving service at cost through the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission.* The cost per horsepower of the power supplied 
at wholesale by the Commission to the municipality, which is an important 
factor in determining the rates to consumers, is also stated. 

Cost of Power to Municipalities 

The figures of the first column in the table represent the total cost for the 
year of the power supplied by the Commission to the municipality, divided by 
the number of horsepower supplied. Details respecting these costs are given 
in the "Cost of Power" tables relating to the several systems, as presented in 
Section IX, and an explanation of the items making up the cost of power is 
given in the introduction to that Section. 

Rates to Consumers 

The Power Commission Act stipulates that "The rates chargeable by any 
municipal corporation generating or receiving and distributing electrical power 
or energy shall at all times be subject to the approval and control of the Com- 
mission." In accordance with the Act and in pursuance of its fundamental 
principle of providing service at cost, the Commission requires that accurate 
cost records be kept in each municipality, and exercises a continuous supervision 
over the rates charged to consumers. 

From the commencement of its operations, the Commission introduced 
in the municipalities which it serves, scientifically-designed rate schedules for 
each of the three main classes into which the electrical service is usually dividea, 
namely: residential or domestic service, commercial light service, and power 
service, and the schedules in use during the past year are presented in the tables 
of this statement. 

*Except townships served as parts of rural power districts, for which consult latter part 
of Section III. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 379 

Domestic Service: Domestic rates apply to electrical service in residences, 
for all household purposes, including lighting, cooking and the operation of all 
domestic appliances. 

Commercial Light Service: Electrical energy used in stores, offices, 
churches, schools, public halls and institutions, hotels, public boarding-houses, 
and in all other premises for commercial purposes, including sign and display 
lighting, is billed at commercial lighting rates. 

Power Service: The rate schedules given for power service in Statement "E" 
are those governing the supply of power at retail by each of the local municipal 
utilities. The average amount of power sold, per consumer, under these rates 
is approximately 40 horsepower — consult Statement "D." The Commission 
serves certain large power consumers direct on behalf of the various systems of 
municipalities. 

The rates for power service, as given in the tables, are the rates for 24-hour 
unrestricted power at secondary distribution voltage. For service at primary 
distribution voltage the rates are usually five per cent lower than those stated. 
In municipalities where the load conditions and other circumstances permit, 
lower rates are available for 10-hour power, and for other forms of restricted 
service. For these classifications, discounts additional to those listed in the 
table are applicable. 

The service charge relates to the connected load or to the maximum demand, 
as measured by a 10-minute average peak, where a demand meter is installed. 
The prompt payment discount of 10 per cent on the total monthly bill is given 
for settlement within 10 days. 

Under the tabulation of rates for power service there is a column headed 
"Basis of rate 130 hours monthly use of demand." This column shows approxi- 
mately the net annual amount payable for a demand of one horsepower, assuming 
a monthly use of 130 hours, which includes 30 hours' use each month at the 
third energy rate. Broadly, the figures in this column serve to indicate approxi- 
mately the relative cost of power service in the different municipalities listed. 



380 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 

charge 

per 

month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Acton 


$ c 
31.36 
40.01 
46.94 

58.48 
54.87 


cents 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 . 
50 

55 
60 

35 


cents 
2.3 
4 

3.5 
6 
6 


cents 
1.2 
2 
1.5 

2 
2 


$ c. 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
1.67 


% 
10 


Agincourt 


10 


Ailsa Craig 


10 


Alexandria 


10 


Alliston 


10 






Alvinston 


90.60 
34.81 
26.99 
63.95 
67.77 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 

55 
55 
60 

55 


6 

3 
3 
6 

5 


2 

1.5 

1.5 

2 
2 


2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.66 


10 


Amherstburg 

Ancaster twp 

Apple Hill 


10 
10 
10 


Arkona 


10 






Arthur 


68.33 
79.95 
32.00 
33.03 
30.41 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


35 
30 
60 
60 
60 


7 

8 

2.4 

2.5 

2.5 


2 

2 

1.2 

1.25 

1.25 


1.67 
3.05 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Athens 


10 


Aylmer 


10 


Ayr 


10 


Baden 


10 






Barrie 


29.40 
27.63 
29.46 
32.25 
65.86 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 

55 
55 
60 
35 


2 
3 
3 

2.5 
7 


1 

1.5 
1.5 
1.25 

2 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 


10 


Barton twp 


10 


Beach ville 


10 


Beaverton 


10 


Beeton 


10 






Belle River 


34.14 
30.00 

35.27 
57.68 
53.55 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
60 
50 
50 


3.5 

4 

2.5 
3.5 
4 


1.5 

2 
1.25 

2 

2 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 


10 


Belleville 


10 


Blenheim 


10 


Bloomfield 


10 


Blyth 


10 






Bolton 


41.12 
38.77 
63.66 
27.20 

25.38 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


50 

55 
35 
60 
60 


4 
3 
6 

2 
2 


2 

1.25 

2 

1 

1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Bothwell 


10 


Bradford 


10 


Brampton 


10 


Brantford 


10 






Brantford twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brockville 


27.45 
43.78 
32.51 
66.29 
29.47 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
40 

55 
60 
50 


2.5 

6 

3 

4 

2 


1.25 

2 

1.5 

2 
1 


1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.38 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Brussells 


48.67 
36.26 
37.92 
26.61 
56.39 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
55 
50 
60 
40 


4 
3 

4 

2.5 

6 


2 

1.25 

2 

1.25 

2 


1.66 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
2.22 


10 


Burford 

Burgessville 


10 
10 


Caledonia 

Campbell ville 


10 
10 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



"E" 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 



First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 



All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 



Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 



Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 



Power service 



Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 



Service 
charge 
perh.p. 

per 
month 



First 


Second 


50 hr. 


50 hr. 


per 


per 


month 


month 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 



All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 



Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 



Local 
discount 



Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



cents 
2.3 
4 

3.5 
6 
6 



cents 

0.6 

1 

0.75 

1 

1 



$ c 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.94 
1.67 



$ c 
25.00 
32.00 
32.00 
44.00 
40.00 



$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



cents 

2 

3.1 

3.1 

4.9 

4.3 



cents 
1.3 

2 
2 

3.3 
2.8 



cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



$ c. 



% 



1 

0.75 

0.75 

1 



2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
2.22 
1.66 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



59.00 
38.00 
31.00 
55.00 
55.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



7.1 

4 

2.9 

6.5 

6.5 



4.7 
2.6 
1.9 
4.4 
4.3 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



min. 3.00 



1 

1 

0.6 

0.75 

0.75 



1.67 
3.33 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



50.00 
60.00 
28.00 
38.00 
26.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.7 

7.2 

2.5 

4 

2.2 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



1 

1.5 
0.75 
1.25 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.67 



18.00 
30.00 
22.00 
30.00 
43.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.9 

2.8 
1.9 
2.8 
4.7 



1.2 
1.8 
1.3 
1.8 
3.1 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



25 

io' 



3.5 

4 

2.5 

3.5 

4 



0.75 

2 

0.75 

1 
1 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



35.00 
24.00 
35.00 
45.00 
55.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



3.5 
2.3 
3.5 
4.9 
6.5 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



10 



4 
3 
6 
2 

*3. 
**1. 



75 



1 



1 

0.75 

0.35 



1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



38.00 
38.00 
43.00 
18.00 
23.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



4 

4 

4.7 

1.9 

2.1 



2.6 
2.6 
3.1 
1.2 
1.4 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



25 
10 



2.5 

6 

3 

4 

2 



0.75 

1 

0.75 

0.75 

0.75 



1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.38 
0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



24.00 
45.00 
32.00 
50.00 
22.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



2.3 
4.9 
3.1 
5.7 
1.9 



1.5 

3.3 

2 

3.8 

1.3 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



10 



10 



4 
3 

4 

2.5 

6 



1 

0.75 

1 

0.75 

1 



1.66 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 
2.22 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



50.00 
38.00 
38.00 
28.00 
58.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.7 

4 

4 

2.5 

6.9 



3.8 
2.6 
2.6 
1.6 
4.6 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



min. 2.22 



*First 30 hours per kw-hr. 
**Next 70 hours per kw-hr. 



382 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


AH 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Cannington 

Carlton Place 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 


$ c. 
35.39 
29.89 
50.70 
27.41 
38.90 


cents 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
45 
45 
60 
45 


cents 
3 

4.5 
5 

2.5 
6 


cents 

1.5 

2 

2 

1.11 

2 


$ c. 

1.11 

0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
1.67 


% 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Cheslev 


37.88 
39.03 
23.58 
52.03 
35.79 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
50 
60 
50 
60 


3 

3 

2.5 
4 
2.5 


1.5 

1.5 

1.25 

2 

1.5 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.66 
1.11 


10 


Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 


10 
10 
10 
10 






Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Cookstown 

Cottam 


31.86 
36.19 
41.88 
48.48 
40.11 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
55 
50 
35 
50 


2.5 

2.5 
4 
7 
4 


1.25 

1 

2 

2 
2 


1.11 
0.83 
1.38 
1.67 
1.66 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Courtright 

Creemore 

Dash wood 

Delaware 

Dorchester 


66.37 
48.04 
46.93 
31.02 
34.23 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


50 

55 
45 
50 

55 


6 
3 

5 
4 
3.5 


2 

1.5 

2 

2 

1.5 


2.22 
0.83 
1.38 
1.38 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


Drayton 


54.43 
46.49 
41.54 
52.09 

31.58 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
50 
50 

55 


3.5 

2.5 

4 

5 

3 


1.5 

1.25 

1.5 

2 

1.5 


1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 


10 


Dresden 


10 


Drumbo 


10 


Dublin 

Dundalk 


10 
10 






Dundas 


23.10 
31.17 
29.44 
36.62 
29.16 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
55 
50 
60 
60 


2 

3 

3 

2.4 

2.5 


1 

1.5 

1.5 

1.2 

1.25 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Dunnville 


10 


Durham 


10 


Dutton 

Elmira 


10 
10 


Elmvale 

Elmwood 


34.20 
42.67 
32.34 
49.56 
52.46 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
55 
50 
45 


3 
6 
3 

4 

5 


1.5 

2 
1.5 

2 

2 


0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
1.67 
1.94 


10 
10 


Elora 


10 


Embro 


10 


Erieau 


10 






Erie Beach. . . . 


71.52 
31.47 
26.24 
36.67 
31.43 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
55 
60 

55 
55 


6 

3 

2.4 

3 

3 


2 

1.5 

1.2 

1.5 

1.5 


1.94 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 


Essex 


10 


Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 


10 

10 


Fergus ." 


10 







1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



383 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 

watts 
min. 50 

cents 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 

5 


cents 
3 

4.5 
5 

2.5 
6 


cents 

1 

1 

2 

0.8 

1 


$ c. 

1.11 

0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
1.67 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ c. 
45.00 
31.00 
50.00 
24.00 
45.00 


$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

4.9 

2.9 

5.7 
2.3 
4.9 


cents 

3.3 

1.9 

3.8 

1.5 

3.3 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ c. 


% 


% 
10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 










5 


3 
3 

2.5 

4 

2.5 


1 
1 
0.75 

1 
1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.66 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


36.00 
30.00 
25.00 
50.00 
38.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.7 
2.8 
2 

5.7 
4 


2.4 
1.8 
1.3 
3.8 
2.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2.5 

2.5 
4 
7 
4 


1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.38 
1.67 
1.66 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
23.00 
40.00 
43.00 
45.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 
2.1 
4.3 
4.7 
4.9 


2 

1.4 

2.8 

3.1 

3.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 
5 


min. 3.33 


10 
10 


5 


min. 2.22 




10 


5 


6 

3 
5 
4 
3.5 


1 
1 

1 
1 
1 


2.22 
0.83 
1.38 
1.38 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


55.00 
50.00 
50.00 
38.00 
36.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


6.5 

5.7 
5.7 
4 
3.7 


4.3 
3.8 
3.8 
2.6 
2.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 


min. 2.77 




10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


3.5 

2.5 
4 
5 
3 


0.75 
0.75 

1 
1 
1 


1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.67 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


40.00 
33.00 
44.00 
45.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.3 
3.2 
4.8 
4.9 

2.8 


2.8 
2.1 
3.2 
3.3 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2 
3 
3 
2.4 

2.5 


0.6 

0.75 

1 

0.75 

0.75 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


19.00 
25.00 
26.00 
24.00 
24.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2 

2 

2.2 

2.3 

2.3 


1.4 
1.3 
1.4 
1.5 
1.5 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 




10 
10 


10 


5 




10 








5 


3 
6 
3 
4 

5 


1 
1 

0.75 
1 

1 


0.83 
1.39 
1.11 
1.67 
1.94 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


33.00 
48.00 
28.00 
42.00 
50.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.2 
5.4 
2.5 
4.6 
5.7 


2.1 

3.6 

1.6 

3 

3.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 ■ 


min. 2.22 




10 
10 










5 


6 

3 

2.4 

3 

3 


1 

0.75 

0.60 

0.75 

1.5 


1.94 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


60.00 
33.00 
22.00 
30.00 
31.00 


1 00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


7.2 
3.2 
1.9 
2.8 
2.9 


4.8 
2.1 
1.3 
1.8 
1.9 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 











384 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 



Municipality 



Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 



Domestic service 



Service 

charge 

per 

month 



First rate 



Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 



Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 



All 


Minimum 


additional 


gross 


per 


monthly 


kw-hr. 


bill 



Finch 

Flesherton. . . . 

Fonthill 

Ford City. . . . 
Forest 

Forest Hill.... 
Fort William. . 

Gait 

Gamebridge. . . 
Georgetown. . . 

Glencoe 

Glen Williams. 

Goderich 

Grand Valley . 
Granton 

Gravenhurst. . 

Guelph 

Hagersville . . . 
Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Havelock 

Hensall. .:.... 
Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Hornings Mills 
Humberstone. . 
Huntsville. . . . 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Kincardine 

Kingston 

Kingsville. . . . 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 



$ c 
59.44 
37.76 
31.09 

43.67 



cents 

33 

33 

33 
See Wi 

33 



60 

55 

55 

ndsor E. 

55 



cents 
8 

3.5 
3 

3.5 



cents 
2 
2 
1.5 

1.75 



$ c 
2.22 
1.39 
1.38 

1.11 



21.99 

25.77 

33^67 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



60 
50 
60 
40 
60 



2.6 

2.5 
2.5 
6 
2 



1.3 

1.25 

2 

1 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 



51.27 

39*39 
51.56 
43.61 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



50 
60 

55 
45 

55 



2 

1.5 

1.5 

2 

1.5 



21.34 
24.90 
27.96 
22.50 

32.10 



33 
33 
33 
33 

33 



60 
60 
60 
60 

55 



.5 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 

0.83 



38.09 
35.31 
41.79 
43.59 
27.13 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



55 
55 
50 
55 
60 



1.5 

1.5 

2 

1.5 

1.25 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 



40.27 
87.31 

26^60 
24.30 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



50 
60 
30 

55 
50 



2 

5 

2 

1.5 

1.5 



25.67 
34.86 
36.86 
53.97 
24.00-36.00 



33 
33 
33 
33 
33 



60 
50 
45 
40 
60 



2 
4 
4 
5 
2.5 



1.2 

2 

2 

2 

1.5 



1.11 
1.67 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.39 
0.83 



35.04 
48.95 
25.39 
46.58 
38.33 



33 
33 
33 
33 

33 



60 
40 
60 
50 
50 



1.25 

2 

1.2 

2 
2 



0.83 
2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.38 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



385 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 

watts 
min. 50 

cents 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 

5 


cents 
8 

3.5 
3 

3.5 


cents 
1 
1 
0.75 

0.75 


$ c. 
3.05 
1.39 
1.38 

1.11 


% 

10 
10 
10 

10 


$ c. 
50.00 
40.00 
30.00 

42.00 


$ c 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


cents 
5.7 
4.3 
2.8 

4.6 


cents 
3.8 
2.8 
1.8 

3 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 


$ c. 


% 


% 

10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 
5 


2.6 
3 

2.5 

6 

2 


1.3 

1 
0.6 

1 
0.5 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.67 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


25.00 
19.75 
20.00 
45.00 
22.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2 

1.75 

1.6 

4.9 

1.9 


1.4 
1 

1 . . . . 
3.3 
1.3 


0.5 

0.1 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 


max. 2.78 




10 
10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 




10 


10 








5 


4 
3 
3 
5 
3 


1 

0.75 

0.75 

1 
1 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.39 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


50.00 
36.00 
34.00 
50.00 
33.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


5.7 
3.7 
3.4 
5.7 
3.2 


3.8 
2.4 
2.2 
3.8 
2.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2 
2 
2 
*3.5 
**1.75 
3 


1 

0.5 
0.75 
0.35 

1.5 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 

0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


20.00 
15.00 
22.00 
20.00 

26.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


1.6 
1.3 
1.9 
1.67 

2.2 


1 

0.8 
1.3 
1.11 

1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.133 

0.33 




..10.. 


10 


5 




25 
10 
10 


10 


5 




10 






10 


5 




10 










5 


3 

3.5 

5 

3.5 

2.5 


1 
1 
1 
1 
0.75 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


34.00 
40.00 
35.00 
35.00 
18.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.4 

4.3 
3.5 
3.5 
1.9 


2.2 
2.8 
2.3 
2.3 
1.2 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.3.3 






10 


5 
5 


min. 2.22 




10 
10 


5 
5 


min. 2.22 


"25" 


10 
10 


5 


4 
9 
8 
3 
3.5 


1 
5 
1 
0.75 

1 


1.11 
1.67 
1.67 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


38.00 
74.00 
50.00 
30.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1 00 


4 
9.3 

5.7 
2.8 
2.8 


2.6 
6.2 
3.8 
1.8 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2 
4 
4 
5 
2.5 


0.6 

0.75 

1 

1 
1 


0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.39 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
32.00 
38.00 
36.00 
20.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 

3.1 

4 

3.7 

1.5 


1 
2 

2.6 
2.4 

1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 








5 


3 
6 

2 
4 
4 


0.75 

1 

0.75 

1 

1 


0.83 
2.22 
0.83 
0.83 
1.38 


10 
10 

10 
10 
10 


35.00 
48.00 
19.00 
30.00 
38.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.5 

5.4 

2 

2.8 

4 


2.3 
3.6 
1.4 
1.8 
2.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 




25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 











*First, 30 hours per kw-hr. 
**Next 70 hours per kw-hr. 



13 H.E. 



386 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 

charge 

per 

month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 




$ c 
48.08 
90.53 
33.88 
34.09 
40.97 


cents 
33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


45 
60 
50 
60 
60 


cents 
5 
8 
4 
3 
4 


cents 

2 

2 

2 

1.25 

2 


$ c 
1.11 
1.94 

1.11 

0.83 
0.83 


% 

10 


Lancaster 


10 


La Salle 


10 


Leamington 


10 


Lindsay 


10 






Listowel 


33.21 
24.05 
30.94 
33.92 
58.66 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
60 

55 
55 
45 


2.5 

2 

3 

3.5 

5 


1.25 

1 

1.5 

1.5 

2 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.67 


10 


London 


10 


London tw T p 

Lucan 


10 
10 


Lucknow 


10 






Lynden 


36.34 
32.03 
39.70 
47.33 
45.49 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
55 
55 
60 
60 


3 
3 
4 

5 
7 


1.5 
1.5 
1.8 
2 

2 


1.38 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.66 


10 


Markdale 


10 


Markham 


10 


Marmora 


10 


Martintown 


10 


Maxville 


92.26 

35.77 
41.34 
21.54 

26.02 


33 
33 
33 
33 

33 


60 

55 
50 
60 

60 


7 
3 
4.5 

2 

2 


2 

1.5 
2 
1 

1 


1.66 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 

0.83 


10 


Meaford 

Merlin 


10 
10 


Merritton 


10 


Midland 


10 






Milton 


29.18 
31.83 
24.17 
30.34 
56.76 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
60 
60 
50 


3 

2.5 

2.2 

2.5 

4 


1.5 
1.25 
1.2 
1.5 

2 


0.83' 

1.11 

0.83 

0.83 

1.11 


10 


Milverton 


10 


Mimico 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 


10 
10 
10 


Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 

Neustadt 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 


37.93 
35.28 
85.94 
47.69 
31.61 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
55 
60 
45 
60 


3.5 

2.5 
8 
5 
2.5 


1.5 

1.5 

2 

2 

1.5 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.38 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake. 

Nipigon twp 

Norwich 


25.82 
19.40 
26.33 

25.73 
30.79 


33 
*3 
33 

33 
33 


60 

"60" 

45 
60 


2 

**2 
2.5 

5 

2.5 


1.1 

1 
1.25 

2 
1.25 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
to 1.11 
1.67 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 

10 
10 


Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 


35.47 
40.61 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
50 
60 

55 
40 


5 
4 
4 
3 
3.5 


2 

2 

2 

1.5 

2 


1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 

0.83 


10 
10 
10 


Orangeville- 


39.39 
33.88 


10 


Oshawa 


10 



*Service charge per 100 sq. ft. 
**Per kw-hr. for first 3 kw-hr. per 100 sq. ft. 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



387 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 

watts 
min. 50 

cents 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 

5 


cents 
5 
8 
4 
3 
4 


cents 
1 
1 
1 

0.75 
1 


$ c. 
1.38 
2.78 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


% 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


$ c. 

60.00 

69.00 

36.00 

35.00 

23.00 


$ c 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

7.2 

8.6 

3.7 

3.5 

2.1 


cents 

4.8 

5.7 

2.4 

2.3 

1.4 


cents 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C 


% 


% 

10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 

5 




10 


10 

10 








5 


2.5 

2 

3 

3.5 
5 


0.75 
0.5 
0.75 
0.75 

1 


1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 
1.67 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


27.00 
18.00 
30.00 
30.00 
45.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.3 
1.9 

2.8 
2.8 
4.9 


1.5 
1.2 
1.8 
1.8 
3.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 




25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


3 
3 
4 
5 

7 


1.5 

1 
1 
1 
1 


1.38 
1.11 
1.11 
1.11 
2.22 


10 

10 i 
10 
10 
10 


32.00 
35.00 
38.00 
40.00 
55.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


3.1 

3.5 

4 

4.3 

6.5 


2 

2.3 

2.6 

2.8 

4.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


7 
3 

4.5 
2 

2 


1 
1 
1 
0.75 

1 


2.22 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 

0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


65.00 
32.00 
38.00 
20.00 

17.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


8 

3.1 
4 
1.6 

1.7 


5.3 
2 

2.6 
1 

1.1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 

5 


min. 2.22 
max. 2.67 
min. 2.06 


io 

25 


10 
10 

10 








5 


3 

2.5 

2.2 

2.5 

4 


1.5 
0.75 
0.6 
0.75 

1 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


26.00 
26.00 
22.00 
27.00 
50.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.2 
2.2 
1.9 

2.3 

5.7 


1.4 
1.4 
1.3 
1.5 
3.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 










5 


3.5 

2.5 
8 
5 
2.5 


0.75 

1 

2 

1 

0.75 


1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.38 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


38.00 
33.00 
40.00 
53.00 
30.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4 

3.2 
4.3 
6.2 
2.8 


2.6 
2.1 
2.8 
4.1 
1.8 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2 
2 
2.5 

5 
2.5 


0.6 

0.35 

0.75 

2 
0.75 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 

1.67 
0.83 


10 

10 

'10 

10 
10 


21.00 
16.00 
28.00 

40.00 
28.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 


1.8 
1.5 
2.5 

4.3 

2.5 


1.1 
0.9 

1.6 

2.8 
1.6 


0.33 
0.32 
0.33 

0.33 
0.33 




10 

25 


10 


5 




10 


5 
5 


min. 2.00 


10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


5 
4 
4 
3 
3.5 


1 
1 

1.5 
1.5 


1.11 
1.11 
1.11 

0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


40.00 
34.00 
37.00 
32.00 
23 . 00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4 

3.4 

3.8 

3.1 

2.1 


2.6 

2.2 

2.5 

2 

1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 









388 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 

charge 

per 

month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Ottawa 


$ c 
11.68 

36.22 
27.78 
54.03 
35.64 


cents 
*3 

33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
45 
60 


cents 
**9 

3 
2 
5 
2.5 


cents 
•t *** 

0.5 

1.5 

1 

2 

1.25 


$ c 

0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.11 


% 


Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 


10 
10 
10 
10 


Palmerston 


10 


Paris 

Parkhill 


25.97 
56.46 
30.39 
29.22 
28.29 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
50 
60 

55 
50 


2 

4 
2 

3.5 
2.5 


1.25 

2 

1 

1.75 

1.25 


0.83 
1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 


Penetang 

Perth 


10 
10 


Peterboro 


, 10 


Petrolia 


36.53 
40.33 
57.12 
35.36 
21.72 


33 
33 
33 
33 
*3 


60 
60 

45 

55 


2.5 
2.5 
5 
3 
**2 


1.25 

1.25 

2 

1.5 

1 


0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Picton 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Arthur 


10 

10 
10 
10 


Port Colborne 

Port Credit 


27.11 
29.13 
25.28 
39.68 
29.57 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
60 
60 
50 
50 


2.5 

2.2 

2.5 

3 

3.5 


1.25 

1.2 

1.25 

1.5 

1.5 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 

10 


Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port McNicoll 


10 
10 
10 


Port Perry 


44.93 
76.58 
36.16 
28.02 
25.39 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
60 

55 
60 
60 


4 
6 

3 
2 

2.5 


2 

2 

1.5 

1 

1.25 


1.11 
1.66 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 


10 
10 
10 


Preston 


10 


Priceville 

Princeton. . . 


76.11 
49.38 
26.63 
59.38 

34.12 


33 
33 
33 
33 

33 


60 

45 
65 
30 

60 


8 
4 
3 
8 

2.6 


2 
2 

1.5 
2 

1.3 


1.67 
1.66 
1.38 
2.22 
to3.33 
0.83 


10 
10 


Queenston 


10 


Richmond 


10 


Richmond Hill 


10 


Ridgetown 


34.13 
74.70 
30.43 
39.37 
45.93 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
60 

55 
60 

55 


2.5 

7.5 

3 

2.5 

3 


1.25 

2 

1.5 

1.25 

1.5 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Ripley 


10 


Riverside 


10 


Rockwood 


10 


Rodney 


10 







*Service charge per 100 sq. ft. 
**Per kw-hr. for first 3 kw-hr. per 100 sq. ft. 
*** « . « « nex j- 3 « « « « 



1930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



389 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 



Served by 1 


theH 


ydro-] 


Electric Power Commission 










Commercial light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 

watts 
min. 50 

cents 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
per h.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Alladdi. 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 


cents 
J5 
U2.7 

3 

2 

5 

2.5 


cents 
0.5 

1 
1 
1 
1 


$ c. 
0.83 

1.11 
0.83 
1.67 
1.11 


% 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


$c 
20.00 

36.00 
18.00 
55.00 
28.00 


$ c 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 
1.8 

3.7 
1.9 
6.5 
2.3 


cents 
1.2 

2.4 
1.2 
4.3 
1.5 


cents 
0.15 

0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ c. 


% 

15 


% 
10 


5 




10 


5 




25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 










5 


' 2 
4 
2 

3.5 
2.5 


0.75 

1 

1 

1 

1 


0.83 
1.38 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


18.00 
48.00 
23.00 
27.00 
20.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.9 

5.4 
2.1 
2.3 
1.6 


1.2 

3.6 
1.4 
1.5 
1 


0.33 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33^[ 

0.22 




. .25 


10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 




10 


10 








5 


2.5 
2.5 
5 
3 

2 


0.75 

1 

1 

0.75 

1 


0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


29.00 
34.00 
48.00 
27.00 
19.75 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.6 
3.4 
5.4 
2.3 
1.75 


1.7 
2.2 
3.6 
1.5 
1 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.1 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 


min. 2.00 




10 
10 


5 






10 










5 


2.5 
2.2 

2.5 

3 

3.5 


0.75 

0.75 

0.75 

1 

1 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


30.00 
25.00 
22.00 
35.00 
35.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.8 

2 

1.9 

3.5 

3.5 


1.8 
1.3 
1.3 

2.3 
2.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 










5 


4 
6 
3 

2 
2.5 


1 

2 

0.75 

1 

0.75 


1.11 
1.66 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


43.00 
60.00 
37.00 
22.00 
19.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.7 

7.2 
3.8 
1.9 

2 


3.1 
4.8 
2.5 
1.3 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 
5 


min. 1.11 


*io" 

25 


10 
10 


5 




10 








5 


8 
4 
3 
8 

2.6 


1 
1 
1 
1 

0.75 


1.67 
1.66 
1.38 
2.77 
to 4.16 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 

10 


50.00 
50.00 
25.00 
75.00 

25.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 


5.7 
5.7 
2 
9.5 

2 


3.8 
3.8 
1.3 
6.3 

1.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 

0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


2.5 

8 

3 

2.5 

3 


0.75 

1 

0.8 

0.75 

0.75 


0.83 
1.67 
1.11 
1.11 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


25.00 
60.00 
30.00 
42.00 
35.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2 

7.2 

2.8 

4.6 

3.5 


1.3 
4.8 
1.8 
3.0 
2.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 











JFirst 30 hours per kw-hr. 
JJNext 70 hours per kw-hr. 
*JNext 260 hours per kw-hr. 



390 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 
per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Russell 


$ c 
65 . 85 
21.16 

34.43 
36.15 
30 . 03 


cents 
33 
33 

33 
33 
33 


60 
30&60 

55 
60 
60 


cents 

7 
2 

3.5 

2 

2.5 


cets 

2 
1 

1.5 

1 

1.25 


$ c. 
1.66 
0.83 

1.66 
0.83 
1.11 


% 

10 


St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 


10 

10 
10 


St. Jacobs 


10 






St. Marys 


32.46 
25.43 
28.45 
30.80 
31.64 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
60 
60 
60 
60 


2.5 

2 

2.5 

2.4 

2.6 


1.25 
1 
1 
1.11 

1.3 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


St. Thomas 


10 


Sandwich 


10 


Sarnia 


10 


Scarboro twp 


10 


Seaforth 


32.91 
36.49 
30.18 
25.27 
41.70 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 

50 
60 
50 

55 


2.5 

3.5 

2 

3.5 

3.5 


1.25 

1.75 

1 

1.75 

1.75 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 


Shelburne 


10 


Simcoe 


10 


Smiths Falls 

Springfield 


10 
10 






Stamford twp 

Stayner 


19.97 
38.02 
42.16 
27.44 
32.16 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 

55 
55 
60 
60 


2.25 

2.5 

4 

2.1 

2.5 


1.2 

1.25 

1.5 

1.1 

1.25 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 

10 


Stouffville 

Stratford 


10 
10 


Strathroy 


10 






Sunderland 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock . . . -. 

Tecumseh 


49.99 
49.97 
69.63 
33.89 
33.20 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


45 
50 
35 
60 

55 


5 
4.5 

7 

2.5 

3.5 


2 

2 

2 

1.25 

1.5 


1.39 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.11 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


Teeswater 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thorndale 


54.08 
34.88 
35.39 
60.98 

58.34 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 

55 
55 
50 
50 


6 
3 
3 
5 
4 


3 

1.5 

1.25 

2 
2 


1.67 
1.11 
0.83 
1.38 
1.38 


10 

10 
10 
10 
10 


Thornton 

Thorold 

Tilbury 


65.50 
22.50 

35.25 
30.39 

24.17 


33 
33 

33 
33 

*3 


60 
60 

60 
60 


8 
2 

2.5 
2 

** 2 


2 
1 

1.25 
1.2 

1 


1.67 
0.83 

0.83 
0.83 

0.83 


10 
10 

10 


Tillsonburg 

Toronto 


10 
10 



*Service charge per 100 sq. ft. 
**Per kw-hr. for first 3 kw-hr., per 100 sq. ft. 



930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



391 



"E"— Continued 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 


Power service 


Service 
charge 
per 100 

watts 
min. 50 

cents 


First 
100 hrs. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Mini- 
mum 
gross 
monthly 
bill 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 


Service 
charge 
perh.p. 

per 
month 


First 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


Second 
50 hr. 

per 
month 

per 
kw-hr. 


All addi- 
tional 

per 
kw-hr. 


Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 


Local 
discount 


Prompt 
pay- 
ment 
discount 


cents 
5 


cents 

7 
73.5 
ttl-75 
3.5 
2 
2.5 


cents 

2 

0.35 

1 

0.75 

0.75 


$ C. 
2.22 
0.83 

1.66 
0.83 
1.11 


% 

10 
10 

10 
10 
10 


$ c. 

56.00 

17.00 

40.00 
32.00 
24.00 


$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


cents 

6.6 

1.67 

4.3 
3.1 
2.3 


cents 

4.4 

1.13 

2.8 

2 

1.5 


cents 
0.33 
0.16 

0.33 
0.33 
0.33 


$ C. 


% 


% 

10 






25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 








5 


2.5 

2 

2.5 

2.4 

2.6 


0.75 

0.5 

0.8 

0.6 

0.6 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


26.00 
18.00 
25.00 
27.00 
23.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.2 

1.9 

2 

2.3 

2.1 


1.4 
1.2 
1.3 
1.5 
1.4 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 




25 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 








5 


2.5 

3.5 

2 

3.5 

3.5 


0.75 

1 

0.75 

1 
1 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


29.00 
30.00 
25.00 
30.00 
45.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


2.6 

2.8 
2 

2.8 
4.9 


1.7 
1.8 
1.3 
1.8 
3.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 


min. 2.22 




10 


5 


2.25 

2.5 

4 

2.1 

2.5 


0.5 

1 

1 

0.6 

0.75 


0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


20.00 
35.00 
45.00 
24.00 
27.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.6 
3.5 
4.9 

2.3 
2.3 


1 

2.3 

3.3 

1.5 

1.5 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 




10 


10 


5 




10 


5 






10 


5 




10 


10 


5 




10 










5 


5 

4.5 

7 

2.5 

3.5 


1 

1 

1 

0.75 

0.8 


1.39 
1.11 
1.67 
0.83 
1.11 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


52.00 
50.00 
58.00 
25.00 
35.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


6 

5.7 
6.9 
2 
3.5 


4 

3.8 
4.6 
1.3 

2.3 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 










5 


6 
3 

3 
5 
4 


3 

0.75 

0.75 

1 

1 


1.67 
1.11 

0.83 
1.38 
1.38 


10 
10 
10 
10 
10 


40.00 
32.00 
33.00 
55.00 
48.00 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


4.3 
3.1 
3.2 
6.5 
5.4 


2.8 

2 

2.1 

4.3 

3.6 


0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 






10 


5 


min. 3.33 




10 


5 


8 
2 

2.5 
2 

R4&2 


1 
0.5 

0.75 
0.6 

1 


1.67 
0.83 

0.83 
0.83 

0.83 


10 

10 

10 
10 

10 


58.00 
18.00 

24.00 
25.00 


1.00 
1.00 

1.00 
1.00 

A.C. 11 
D.C.X 


6.9 
1.9 

2.3 

2 
1.5 

2.5 


4.6 
1.3 

1.5 
1.3 
0.75 
1.25 


0.33 
$0.33{ 
$0,295 
0.33 
0.33 
0.40 
0.60 






10 


5 




25 
10 


10 


5 




10 


5 




10 








10 








10 











JNext 260 hours, per kw-hr. 
RFirst 70 hours, per kw-hr., 4 cents. 
Next 70 hours, per kw-hr., 2 cents. 

fFirst 30 hours, per kw-hr. 
tfNext 70 hours, per kw-hr. 

HA.C. service charge, $1.25 per h.p. for first 10 h.p. 

xD.C. service charge, $1.35 per h.p. for first 10 h.p. 



plus $1.00 per h.p. for additional h.p. 
plus $1.00 per h.p. for additional h.p. 



392 



TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 4 



STATEMENT 



Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 
for the Year 1929, in Ontario Municipalities 





Annual cost to 
the Commission 
on the works to 
serve electrical 
energy to munici- 
pality on a horse- 
power basis 


Domestic service 


Municipality 


Service 
charge 

per 
month 


First rate 


All 

additional 

per 

kw-hr. 


Minimum 

gross 

monthly 

bill 




Number 
of kw-hr. 
per month 


Per 

kw-hr. 

per month 


Prompt 
payment 
discount 


Toronto twp 

Tottenham 


$ c 
28.32 
84.39 


cents 
33 
33 

55 

80-41 
33 


55 
30 

60 

55 
50 


cents 
3 

8 

3.5 

3.5 
4 


cents 

1.5 

2 

2 

2 

2 


1.11 

1.67 

1.11 

1.67 
1.11 


% 

10 
10 


Trafalgar twp., Area 
No. 1 


10 


Trafalgar twp., Area 
No. 2 




10 


Uxbridge 


47.46 


10 






Victoria Harbor 

Walkerville 


36.17 
25.97 
33.18 
56.96 
46.02 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


55 
60 
60 
40 
50 


3 

2.5 
2.4 
6 

5 


1.5 

1 

1.11 

2 

2 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 
1.55 


10 
10 


Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 


10 
10 


Warkworth 


10 






Waterdown 


27.98 
30.65 
25.82 
48.58 
35.68 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
60 
60 
50 

55 


2.5 

2 

2 

4 

3 


1.25 

1 

1.25 

2 

1.5 


0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 


10 


Waterford 


10 


Waterloo 


10 


Watford 


10 


Waubaushene 


10 


Welland 


21.52 . 

41.68 

45.15 

40.64 

24.54 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
50 
50 

55 
60 


2.2 

3.5 

3 

3 

2 


1.1 
1.5 
1.5 

2 
1 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 
0.83 


10 


Wellesley 


10 


Wellington 


10 


West Lome 


10 


Weston 


10 






Wheatley 


43.03 

34.55 
39.73 
38.24 
25.84 


33 

33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
60 
60 
60 
60 


4 
3 
3 

2.5 
2.5 


2 
1.25 

2 

1.25 

1 


1.39 
0.94 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 


10 


Whitby 


20 


Williamsburg 

Winchester 


10 
10 


Windsor 


10 






Windsor E 


28.51 
53.74 
31.15 
24.42 
46.64 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


60 
40 
60 
60 
50 


2.5 

5 

2.5 
2 
4 


1 

2 

1.25 

1.2 

2 


0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 


10 


Wingham 


10 


Woodbridge 

Woodstock. . . 


10 
10 


Woodville 


10 






Wyoming 


51.22 


33 
33 
33 
33 
33 


50 
60 
60 

55 
50 


4.5 
2.6 
2.2 
3.5 
4 


2 

1.3 
1.2 
1.5 

2 


1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.38 


10 


York twp 


10 


York E. twp 

York N. twp 

Zurich 


30.82 
29.15 

55.23 


10 
10 
10 







930 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



393 



"E"— Concluded 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 
Served by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 



Commercial light service 



First 
100 hrs. 


All addi- 


Mini- 


per 


tional 


mum 


month 


per 


gross 


per 


kw-hr. 


monthly 


kw-hr. 




bill 



Prompt 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



Power service 



Basis of 
rate 130 

hours 
monthly 

use of 
demand 



Service 

charge 

perh.p. 

per 

month 



First 


Second 




50 hr. 


50 hr. 


All addi- 


per 


per 


tional 


month 


month 


per 


per 


per 


kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 


kw-hr. 





Minimum 

or 

maximum 

per h.p. 

per month 



Local 
discount 



Promp t 
pay- 
ment 

discount 



cents 
3 



3.5 
4 



3 

2.5 

2.4 

6 

5 



25 



cents 
0.75 

2 



1 

0.8 

0.6 

1 

1 



0.75 

0.75 

1 

1 

1 



$ c. 
1.11 
1.67 



1.11 

1.67 
1.11 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.66 

1.55 



0.83 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.11 



10 
10 



10 

10 
10 



$ c. 
23.00 
58.00 



37.00 

38.00 
45.00 



$ c. 
1.00 
1.00 



1.00 



00 
00 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



40.00 
25.00 
22.00 
55.00 
44.50 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



28.00 
20.00 
19.00 
45.00 
33.00 



cents 

2.1 

6.9 



3.5 

3.5 
4.9 



4.3 

2 

1.9 

6.5 

4.9 



2.5 

1.6 

2 

4.9 

3.2 



cents 

1.4 

4.6 



2.3 

2.3 
3.3 



2.8 
1.3 
1.3 
4.3 
3.3 



1.6 

1 

1.4 

3.3 

2.1 



cents 
0.33 
0.33 



1.0 

1.5 
0.33 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



% 
10 



10 



10 

25 



2.2 
3.5 
3 
3 

2 



0.6 

0.75 

1 

0.75 

0.6 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
1.11 

0.83 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



20.00 
35.00 
40.00 
30.00 
20.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



1.6 

3.5 
4.3 
2.8 
1.6 



1.0 

2.3 
2.8 
1.8 
1 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



10 



10 



1.39 
0.94 
1.39 
0.83 
0.83 



10 
20 
10 
10 
10 



45.00 
25.00 
55.00 
50.00 
25.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



4.9 

2 
6.5 

5.7 
2 



3.3 
1.3 
4.3 
3.8 
1.3 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



min. 2.22 



2.5 

5 

2.5 
2 
4 



0.8 
1 

0.75 
0.6 

1 



0.83 
1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



25.00 
41.00 
25.00 
18.00 
45.00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



2 

4.4 

2 

1.9 

4.9 



1.3 
2.9 
1.3 
1.2 
3.3 



0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 
0.33 



25 



4.5 
2.6 
2.2 
3.5 
4 



1 

1.3 
0.6 
0.75 

1 



1.11 
0.83 
0.83 
1.11 
1.38 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



50.00 
25.00 
23.00 
30.00 
50.00 



1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5.7 

2 

2.1 

2.8 

5.7 



3.8 
1.4 
1.4 
1.8 
3.8 



0.33 

0.5 

0.33 

0.33 

0.33 



Max. 2.78 



10 



min. 2.77 



*First 30 hours, per kw-hr. 
**Xext 70 hours, per kw-hr. 






1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 395 



H 



APPENDIX I 
ACT 

CHAPTER 20 

An Act to amend The Power Commission Act. 

Assented to 28th March, 1929. 

IS MAJESTY, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as 



follows: 

1. This Act may be cited as The Power Commission Act, 1929. Short title. 

2. Subsection 2 of section 6 of The Power Commission Act is amended ^ e ^ | ta 6** 
by adding thereto the following clause: subs - 2, 

jo o amended. 

(a) Expenditure heretofore or hereafter incurred by the Com- Certain 
mission, to be 

included as 
part of cost 
/'\ £ i • • ^u j- of supplying 

(i) for works or services in carrying out the directions of power. 
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council or for which the 
Commission has had other proper authority and which 
have not already been included in the cost of power to 
municipalities under contract with the Commission 
but which, in the opinion of the Commission, have 
proved or may ultimately prove beneficial to municipal 
corporations under contract with the Commission for 
a supply of power, or to municipal corporations which 
may from time to time thereafter enter into such 
contracts; 

(ii) deemed necessary or desirable by the Commission in 
the interests of municipal corporations then or that 
may thereafter be under contract with the Commis- 
sion for a supply of power, in carrying on, promoting 



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or extending the operations of the Commission in 
connection with the generation, distribution or supply 
of power or for any work or service deemed by the 
Commission incidental thereto, 

may be included by the Commission as part of the cost of 
supplying electrical power or energy to any of such corpora- 
tions, and shall be apportioned by the Commission as 
provided in this section and section 56. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 57, s. 15, 
amended. 



3. Section 15 of The Power Commission Act is amended by striking 
out the words "or acquired" in the fourth line and inserting in lieu 
thereof the words "acquired or performed," and by adding the 
following clause: 



"Works," 
meaning of. 



(a) For the purposes of this section "works" shall, in addition to 
the meaning given to it in section 2, mean and include 
preliminary reports, surveys, investigations, engineering, 
accounting or organization work or service, or any other 
work or service in connection with or incidental to any 
proposed construction or development. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 57, a. 20, 



4. Subsections 3 to 8 inclusive of section 20 of The Power Commis- 
repealed. 10 8 ' sion Act are repealed and the following substituted therefor: 



Apportion- 
ment of 
costs of 
works 
heretofore 
constructed. 



(3) Where under an agreement or any instrument purporting to 
be an agreement with a municipal corporation the Commis- 
sion has heretofore constructed works or improvements upon 
any lake, river, stream or other body of water and it appears 
to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council that such works or 
improvements are or may be of benefit to, or increase the 
value of the land of any individual or corporation other than 
such municipal corporation, the Lieutenant-Governor in 
Council may direct a judge of the Supreme Court, or a 
judge of a county or district court, to inquire into and 
determine the proportion in which such municipal corpora- 
tion and any such individual or other corporation are or 
may be respectively benefited or the value of the land of 
any of them increased by such works or improvements, and 
the judge may make an order fixing the proportion in which 
the cost of such works or improvements shall be borne by 
the municipal corporation party to such agreement or 
instrument, and by any such individual or corporation and 
by the Province respectively, and may fix such proportion 
without regard to the terms of such agreement or instrument. 



When costs 
not to be 
awarded. 



(4) No costs shall be awarded to any party appearing before the 
judge or otherwise interested in the inquiry. 



Fees and 
expenses. 



(5) The judge shall be paid such fees and expenses as shall be 
fixed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. 



1930 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 397 

(6) For the purposes of this section the cost of the works or cost of 
improvements shall be deemed to include all expenditures,— what to" 
charges and expenses as fixed by the Commission made or mclude - 
incurred by it in respect ol the construction of such works or 
improvements, extensions and additions thereto, interest 
charges, operating expenses, repairs and maintenance, down 

to the date of the order of the judge, the fees and expenses 
of the judge and the expenses incurred by the Commission 
in connection with the inquiry. 

(7) Any person, or any municipal or other corporation affected Appeal, 
by the order made under the authority of subsection 2 or 
subsection 3 may, with the consent in writing of the Com- 
mission, appeal from such order to the Appellate Division. 

(8). — (a) The Commission may establish a sinking fund to be^nd!* 18 
provided by the parties in the proportions directed by the 
order of the judge sufficient to discharge and pay off the 
cost of such works or improvements and such of the capital 
costs as may be incurred from time to time by the Commission 
after the date of the order of the judge within such periods as 
the Commission may fix having regard to the life of such 
works or improvements and not exceeding forty years. 

(b) The Commission shall subsequent to the order of the judge a nn U rtion- 
annually fix and determine the costs, charges or expenses ment of 

i . . - . ... ' r . costs by 

incurred by it irom time to time in the operation, main- Commis- 
tenance, repair and renewal of such works and shall apportion S1< 
and charge the same against the parties in the proportions 
fixed by the order of the judge together with the payments 
in respect of sinking fund hereinbefore mentioned and the 
amounts so charged shall be payable on demand recoverable 
in the manner hereinafter provided. 

(9) In fixing the amounts so payable the Commission shall give Allowance 

,. f , r Mii r for previous 

credit for any amount theretofore contributed to the cost of expenditure, 
such works and improvements by a municipal or other 
corporation or by any individual. 

(10) The amount so found payable by a municipal corporation Re ^very of 
shall be recoverable in the like manner as in the case of a assessed. 
charge for any other service rendered by the Commission to 

a municipal corporation and in the case of any other corpora- 
tion or of an individual the amount so found due shall con- 
stitute a debt due to the Commission and shall be recoverable 
in any court of competent jurisdiction from the owners from 
time to time of the lands so found by the order of the judge 
to be benefited by such works or improvements and shall 
constitute a lien or charge upon such lands enforceable in the 
same manner and by the same proceedings as nearly as may 
be as in the case of a charge in favour of the Crown. 



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Share of 
Province, 
how 
payable. 



How far 
order to be 
final and 
binding. 



Rev. Stat., 
c. 57, s. 40, 
subs. 3, 
amended. 



Doing 
work for 
contracting 
munici- 
palities, etc. 



(11) Where a proportion of the cost of such works and improve- 
ments is to be borne by the Province the amount due from 
time to time in respect thereof shall be payable out of any 
moneys appropriated by the Legislature for that purpose. 

(12) When the proportions in which the cost of such works or 
improvements is to be borne have been fixed by order of the 
judge or of the Appellate Division such order shall be final 
and binding unless and until it shall appear to the Commis- 
sion that owing to change of circumstances or conditions in 
respect of such works or improvements it is equitable that 
there should be a readjustment of the proportions theretofore 
fixed by the order of the judge and in that case upon the 
application of any person liable to contribute to the cost of 
such works or improvements, made with the consent in 
writing of the Commission, the judge may make further 
inquiry and may readjust such proportions to be thereafter 
applied in such manner as he may deem just and equitable 
subject to appeal as hereinbefore provided. 

5. Subsection 3 of section 40 of The Power Commission Act is 
amended by inserting the words "or other" before the word "service" 
in clause (c), and is